If hadley cells remained stationary throughout the year and did not migrate describe how temperature precipitation patterns might change in the subtropics between 23.5 and 35 deg ns latitude?

If Hadley Cells stayed stationary, the subtropics would become a lot hotter and wetter because tides in the ocean would rise - and therefore hold more heat - causing a jump in humidity and cause more rainfall. Because the Hadley Cell does migrate, tides stay low and the air is dry, which is why there are deserts. **** If these systems did not migrate, areas north and south of the ITCZ, under the influence on the STHs, would remain hot and dry year-round and would not experience that much needed precipitation (and cloud cover) the ITCZ brings for part of the year. Land cover would consist of more semidesert vegetation and deserts of the subtropics would likely become more extensive. Savanna grasslands, and possibly even steppe, vegetation would likely become nonexistent. Agriculture and pastoralism in places like the Sahel, that rely on these variable, but much needed rains, could not continue. Drought would be common and desertification a much larger problem. Theoretically, deserts would extend the entire span of the subtropics.