In the arctic tundra, the average annual precipitation ranges from 6 to 10 inches. Typically, this precipitation is in the form of snow. The arctic tundra is a cold biome that has two seasons, summer and winter.
Falling winter snow and its melting during the summer months accounts for a major part of the annual precipitation. The long winter months in the tundra are very cold, where the average temperature is nearly -19 degrees Fahrenheit. However, the temperature can go down to -94 F. The average temperature range during the short summer months is between 37 F and 53 F.
The arctic tundra is located in the Northern Hemisphere and include areas, such as the North Pole. This biome is also associated with the Antarctica in the Southern Hemisphere.