Texas straddles both the southwest and the southeast, but outside of Texas, are there any deserts in the southeastern US?
- Atarah DerekLv 73 weeks ago
Texas is in the Midwest, not the Southeast. The Southeast starts east of the Mississippi River.
And no, there are no deserts in the Southeast.
- James BlackleyLv 74 weeks ago
The answer is no
A desert is merely an area (can be flat, hilly, forested etc), that sees less than 10 inches of rain per year.
The deserts in the US are found in states such as California (some spots), Arizona, Nevada and Utah.
- oikoσLv 74 weeks ago
No. In general, you find deserts where the average annual precipitation is less than 10 inches per year. Except for the Pacific Coast and the rain shadow of the Rockies, precipitation increases as you go from west to east in the USA. The East (east of the hundredth meridian) gets more than that in its driest years.
- Anonymous4 weeks ago
wrong forum. belongs in geography.
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- FuhrLv 64 weeks ago
There's a localized intelligence desert where you are.