How much rainfall does the tundra receive?

Answer The tundra receives 6 to 10 inches (15 to 25 cm) of rainfall each year. Rain and fog occur during the summer on the tundra. Bogs and ponds form during the summer because the rainfall does not drain... Read More »

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How much rainfall does the tundra get annually?

According to the University of California Museum of Paleontology, rainfall varies across regions of the arctic tundra with annual precipitation, including melting snow, of 6 to 10 inches. Scattered... Read More »

What is the average monthly rainfall for the tundra?

The tundra experiences under 10 inches a year in rain, which amounts to an average of under 0.83 inches per month. The low precipitation is caused by the cold temperatures, which reduces humidity t... Read More »

What Is the Average Rainfall for a Tundra Climate?

The average rainfall for a tundra climate is less than 20 cm (or 8 inches) a year. This type of biome climate is extremely dry and cold, with windy, desert-like weather conditions. The tundra clima... Read More »

What is the average charted rainfall in the Arctic tundra?

Precipitation in the Arctic tundra (including melting snow) averages between 15 and 25 centimeters per year. (Arctic regions nearer to the ocean receive a slightly greater amount of precipitation.)... Read More »