High Pressure

The interaction of a belt of high pressure on a large land mass whose surface has very little moisture leads to the formation of a desert, such as the Sahara, where there are places which have had no rainfall throughout the whole of the twentieth century.

In addition to the regions with extreme precipitation conditions described here (extreme means that they show the whole extent of precipitation conditions on Earth), other regions with a particular precipitation regime can be identified.

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