What is the range of precipitation in a tundra?

Answer The tundra represents a very cold, dry biome located around the North Pole. The tundra receives only six to 10 inches of precipitation each year. Most of the precipitation in a tundra is snow.Sourc... Read More »

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What is the average precipitation of the tundra?

According to Blue Planet Biomes, "the tundra is an unusually cold and dry climate." Tundra receives as little precipitation as some of the world's driest deserts, only about 6 to 10 inches per year... Read More »

Precipitation in the Tundra?

According to the Blue Planet Biomes website, the tundra is a bleak, treeless area with year round freezing temperatures and very little precipitation. The summer months in the tundra are short and ... Read More »

Does a tundra get precipitation?

A tundra is one of the world's driest climates but does receive small amounts of precipitation. Some tundra locations receive up to 40 inches of annual precipitation, but much of it remains frozen.... Read More »

What Regions Have Low Precipitation?

Climatologists classify regions with low precipitation into two broad categories: arid and semi-arid. Arid regions fall into only a single major classification, that of desert; although several dif... Read More »