Wakhan corridor temperature
The Wakhan Corridor has a cold and dry climate. The average temperature in the summer is 15–20 °C (59–68 °F), and the average temperature in the winter is −10–15 °C (14–59 °F). The climate is influenced by the high altitude of the region, as well as the fact that it is located in a rain shadow.
The coldest months in the Wakhan Corridor are December, January, and February. The warmest months are July and August. The region receives very little rainfall, with an average of only 100–200 millimeters (4–8 inches) per year.
The dry climate of the Wakhan Corridor has led to the formation of a number of unique ecosystems. The region is home to a number of endangered species, including the snow leopard, the Marco Polo sheep, and the ibex. The Wakhan Corridor is also home to a number of rare and endangered plants, such as the blue poppy and the Hindu Kush fir.
The climate of the Wakhan Corridor is a challenge for humans and animals. However, the region is home to a variety of plants and animals that have adapted to the harsh conditions. The region is also a popular destination for mountaineers and hikers.