Tundra Rainfall?

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The tundra is similar to the desert in that it receives very little rainfall annually. Typical amounts are 150 to 250 mm of rain per year. The tundra is also very cold with temperatures ranging from -40 degrees celsius to 18 degrees celsius.
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