It's hot! It's dry! It's Semiarid!
Semiarid Climates and Precipitation
Semiarid regions usually have hot to extremely hot summers and warm to mild winters. On a yearly average Semiarid regions get 10-20 inches of precipitation. The precipitation is spaced out pretty evenly throughout the year.
Factors affecting Climate in Semiarid Regions
Large bodies of water do not really affect the climate of this region, because it is always warm no matter what. One of the only things that affects this climate is rain, storms, wind, but when it is windy out there is usually a lot of dust that comes with the wind. So overall this region does not change very much at all from summer to winter.