A dynamical downscaling approach using a regional climate model WRF (Weather Research and Forecasting Model Vision 3.5) driven by a global climate model CCSM4 (The Community Climate System Model Version 4) was adopted, and the downscaling results for the historical period (1982-2005) were evaluated for annual mean precipitation rate and evaporation rate over the Tibetan Plateau (TP). Furthermore, the spatial distribution and seasonal variation characteristics of Precipitation Recycling Ratio (PRR) simulated by CCSM4 and WRF were analyzed with the QIBT (Quasi-isentropic Back-trajectory method). The results show that the historical spatial distributions of annual mean precipitation rate and evaporation rate over the TP were found to better reproduce in the dynamical downscaling modeling compared to its coarse-resolution forcing. The PRR of the TP is 32% simulated by WRF, with a higher PRR in the wet season and a lower PRR in the dry season for the river basins in the northern TP, but the opposite seasonal variation was found for the river basins in the southern TP. In addition, the different land covers over the TP are more precisely represented in the WRF model, the PRR of grassland, shrubland and sparsely vegetation is higher than that of other land cover types.