- Anonymous1 month ago
No. It falls as ice crystals. No liquid water. It is the same as a big desert minus the heat.
- Gray BoldLv 71 month ago
The total precipitation on Antarctica, averaged over the entire continent, is about 166 millimetres (6.5 inches) per year. Almost all Antarctic precipitation falls as snow. Rainfall is rare and mainly occurs during the summer in coastal areas and surrounding islands. Note that the quoted precipitation is a measure of its equivalence to water, rather than being the actual depth of snow.
- James BlackleyLv 71 month ago
Antarctica is actually a desert, which means very little precip occurs there over the course of a year. When it does fall, it comes down as snow, it sticks on the ground causing everything to turn to ice, and build up into glaciers.
- WalipmemoLv 51 month ago
I guess thunder and lightning everyday
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- 1 month ago
no it's a desert
- The Football GodLv 71 month ago
I’m more curious as to whether rain falls, or rises?
- .Lv 71 month ago
Only in the coastal areas and it's rare.