the temperate deciduos forest
The biome that gets the least amount of rainfall is the desert biome. Some parts of the desert get virtually no rain over the course of a year.
the average rainfall of the marine biome is about 60-250 a year
The average rainfall of the Tropical Dry Forest Biome is 90 in. per year.
the average rainfall is 25-60 inches per year...
The biome that has the most variable year round temperature is the grasslands. They tend to be between a forest and a desert, so rainfall and temperatures vary greatly, especially based on area.
The average rainfall in the coniferous forest biome is 12 to 33 inches a year.
The average annual rainfall is 1 milimeter of rain every year.
A desert is defined as a region that receives less than 10 inches (250 mm) of precipitation per year on average. Some deserts receive virtually no rainfall for centuries.
Tropical Seasonal Forest
360 to 720 inches per year.
Mt Waialeale in Hawaii Hawaii. It gets 460 inches of rainfall a year.
2-4 inches per year dasia
220 centimeters a year.
Michigan rainfall gets about 30 inches a year. :)
the wettest desert gets about 10 inches of rainfall a year
Wyoming gets less than 10 inches of rainfall every year Cheyenne gets 15.54 inches of rainfall every year which is more than any where Else in the state
it gets 10.3 rainfall a year
The temperate deciduous forest has the widest range of rainfall. It can range from 30 to 100 inches of rainfall from year to year in the same location.
The district with lowest rainfall in kerala is thiruvananthapuram this year.
Slovenia gets an average of 1399 mm of rainfall a year due to its closeness to the mountains and alps. Italy and Germany get about 930 mm perception a year and United Kingdom gets about 750 mm of rainfall.
the temperate ocean gets approximately 3cm of rainfall per year!
A Shrub Gets Up To 3in Of Rainfall
A desert is defined as a region that receives less than 25cm (10 inches) of rainfall on average per year.
Canada gets completely different rainfall in all areas in some places it may be 52cm rainfall a year others might be 126cm rainfall a year so there is no right or wrong answer.
tropical rain forest. :D Total rainfall per year can vary from 2,000 - 4,000 mm.
Wisconsin gets 34.49 inches of year on average.
between 100 and 300mm of rainfall per year
Average annual rainfall less than 10 inches (250 mm) per year.
It gets an average of 10-15 inches of rainfall a year.
i dont know about the montly rainfall but i believe it gets about 10 inches per year
Portland Oregon gets rain approximately 150 days (of at least 0.1 mm of rainfall) per year.
The Amazon gets close to 108 Inches of rain per year
Alaska gets roughly 152 inches of rain in a year.
They need at least 1300mm of rainfall per year
Temperate grasslands are a division of a larger biome grouping of grasslands that includes tropical savannas. There is an average of 20 â?? 35 inches of rainfall a year in the temperate grasslands.
It gets about 2.5 inches of rain in a dry year and about 5 in a rainy year
Dublin, the most populous city of Ireland and its capital, gets an average of 28 inches of rainfall a year. Dublin gets about 2 inches of rain each month with October being the wettest.
the monthly rainfall varies on the season, but the Kalahari desert gets about 76-190mm rain per year (:
The desert biome and the tundra both receive less than 10 inches of rain on average per year.
Poland gets about 763 FT of rain each year
Arizona gets an average of 12.7 inches of rain each year.
Each desert has its own weather and rainfall statistics but a desert is defined as a region that receives less than 10 inches (250 mm) of precipitation on average per year.
Yosemite gets about 37 inches of rainfall each year. It should be noted that some of this may fall as snow.
The tropical rainforest biome is the wettest. The annual rainfall in these areas exceeds 800 centimeters, or about 315 inches, and year-round temperatures are greater than 24 degrees Celsius, or 75 Fahrenheit.
A desert is defined as a region that receives less than 10 inches (250 mm) of rain per year. Some deserts receive virtually no rainfall for years.
death valley gets less than 2 inches of rain a year
it usually gets about 20 40 inches of rain year
the deep sea gets about 30 -60 inches a year
I believe it is the tundra. It does get little precipitation, and it is very cold, resulting in the frozen soil.
Half of the Sahara gets between 0 and 20mm (0.79 in) of rainfall in an average year. The other half, can get up to 100 mm (3.9 in) per year. Rainfall only happens very rarely but when it comes it is usually very heavy but very short lived with very long dry periods in between.