What Is the Definition of a Dry Climate?
Last Updated Apr 6, 2020 7:30:06 PM ET
A dry climate is a region of the world where there is little precipitation and the air is very dry, according to Maps of the World. Dry climate is divided by climatologists into the subclassifications of dry arid and dry semiarid.
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