How much precipitation does the subartic climate receive?
not a lot.
its all snow
A desert is defined as an area that receives less than 10 inches (250 mm) of precipitation per year on average. There are over two dozen major deserts in the world and each has its own climate statistics. Some deserts receive virtually no rain for decades. Others receive up to ten inches per year on average. With a particular location this answer could provide a more specific answer.
It depends on the certain latitude you live in. Like if you live in the low latitudes you will receive little rain and if you living in the high latitudes you would receive mostly some precipitation. But if you lived in the middle latitudes you would receive the average amount of rainfall/precipitation.
sunny Most of the Great Plains region has a semiarid climate, with a wide range of temperature and little rainfall. The semiarid climate does not provide enough precipitation to support trees in much of the region where the natural vegetation is mostly grassland, but in northern regions the summers are short and cool and the sparse precipitation is enough to support a coniferous forest.
South Carolina has mild winters. The southern portion is the warmest. Temperatures decline to the northwest. Summers are very warm in South Carolina, with generally even temperatures. The northwest is slightly cooler. Rainfall is usually abundant throughout the state. The southeast and northwest receive the most precipitation. It's my belief that it was pretty much the same way when the state was a colony.So the climate is sub-tropical humid in some sort
You might as well ask how much precipitation the earth gets, because it's nearly the same range. Parts of the Gobi Desert average less than an inch of precipitation, while parts in the southeast and in Himalayan Valleys impacted by the monsoon receive well over 100 inches. In general, there's quite a lot of precipitation near the ocean in the southeast and east, and very little as you go west, especially over the Tibetan Plateau…