A weekly non-precipitation eased the heavy snow in northern Tibet which has been formed since October caused by continuous snowfall, and this good condition will last to early December, sources from Tibetan weather department.
Flurries have appeared in Nagqu, Chamdo and part areas along the Yarlung Zangbo River from November 20 to 26, and from November 23 to 26, Nyingchi and eastern Nagqu met the rainy and snowy weather.
At present, no disaster reports have been received yet, said Hu Chuyang, a senior official of Tibet Observatory.
In addition, sustained winds at seven to eight levels appeared in northern Tibet and southern Xigaze, blowing the snow covering on the grassland away and making grazing easier.
According to the forecast of local weather departments, snowstorm above average intensity will take place in part areas of Nagqu during this winter and next spring. The government have made sufficient disaster defense.