The climate over there in the prairie is humid it is not that cold more it is really hot so i am asuming that it is good weather if you ever want to explore the praire.



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Here is the climate of the Prairie
Here is the climate of the Prairie
The climate of the prairie is warm and sometimes windy. Very few trees grow on the prairies and are usually widely scattered. Precipitation in the prairies can reach from about 12.6 inches in the shortgrass prairie to 21.7 inches in the tallgrass prairies. Rainfall varies from year to year in the prairies. There is usually a long dry period during the summer months. Every 30 years or so there is a long drought period which lasts for several years. The climate of the prairies is influenced by its mid-continental location, and the sheltering effect of the Rocky Mountains. By:
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- SpoiledBrat103 SpoiledBrat103 Apr 4, 2008 The climate of the prairie is nice and warm. It can sometimes get very windy. Most of the time it is calm and there is no wind. The climate of the prairie is affected because of where it is placed on earth. The North American prairie is located near the equator. That means it has a warm climate.
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The average climate in the prarie ranges from 31 °C (56°F). The annual Precipitation in the prarie is 81 cm. (32 in.). In the day the temperature can be really warm. In the night the temperature can suddenly drop. That is the prarie climate.-Andrew Gonzalezexternal image janatree9.jpg







- dns090 dns090 Apr 3, 2008The climate can be very warm. It may be a little windy. The temperatures can drop at night. The climate affects the life of plants and living things on the biome. The vegetation can change if the climate may change. The climate can be a mite humid.- dns090 dns090 Apr 3, 2008
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The prairie is a hot warm climate mabey a little windy. Also mabey cold at night.external image image024.jpg[nono4]






prairies have a dry climate and there is a lot of grass and it can cause a forest fire. it doesnt rain there as much. it mostly rains on the hills and mountains but the most common weather is hot in the summer and cold in the winter so it is around average. and it is also near the equater so it is hot during the summer. - gmw048 gmw048 Mar 31, 2008
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Prairie Climate
In the mountains there is more rain but in the middle it is the driest. The rainfall can be as low as12.6 inches. Most of the time in prairies it is hot. Fires are common because the grass is so dry. There are also a lot of tornados and twisters in prairies.
- mac072 mac072 Mar 26, 2008

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The climate in the Prairie is moist when it is close to the mountains. To the north and the east it is dry in the central areas. Rainfall comes in different times from year to year. In the summer months there is usually a long dry period. Strong winds blow across the plains during both summer and winter.
- sfd073 sfd073 Mar 31, 2008
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Climate:
.The climate in the prairie is usually a warm temperature. Fires are common here because its so dry.It's sometimes cool in the night and warm in the day. The climate is also sometimes mild.But the climate is good but not for everything!
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- dns090 dns090 Mar 28, 2008The climate in the prairie would mostly be dry and windy. Just like the savanna, the prairie has long tall grass swaying in the wind. In the prairie they can grow crops, wheat, and other types crops. Even though it is dry and windy, they may also get rain. This rain can lead to flood which is a hazard to farmers in the prairie. Unlike the savanna, the prairie doesn't have as much wildfires.- dns090 dns090 Mar 28, 2008
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Prairie Climate:
The climate in the prairie is usually dry and windy. Like the savanna, the prairie has long tall swaying grass. Sometimes in the prairie it rains. but trust me the prairie is much safer.
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- cxf025 cxf025 Mar 31, 2008
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The climate in the prairie is hot. It is also dry and windy because it is near the equator. The prairie is a dry place and it can also prevent wild fires. It is comfortable to some but not to all. The prairie is a home to many animals that are there for things such as the weather.external image texas_prairie_sunset.jpg
- cxf025 cxf025 Mar 31, 2008

Prairie:
I am going to tell you about the climate of the prairie. It is hot at day. It is sometimes cold at night. It's basically mild. It is not a bad weather to live in. Yearly there are droughts from rain. It is dry here and thats why fires are common. Each year fires kill a lot of plants in the prairies. It is hot in the summer and cold in the winter. Animals can adapt to this climate.- gxy005 gxy005 Mar 31, 2008
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The Prairie's climate in the summer is moist and humid. In the winter it is cold but not freezing cold. It usually 20 degrees in January and 70 degrees in July. The annual precipitation of the prairie is 10-30 inches. The Prairie is really cold so bring something there to survive.external image Bluff_prairie_+_view_I_VK.low.jpg
[[user:NMC1|1206980The prairie climate is usually dry and hot in the spring. The winter is sometimes the coldest there. The rain fall can be 10 to 25 inches there. The animals there have adapted there to it. The prairie can be hard to live in. - cxr116 cxr116 Mar 31, 2008external image spring-creek-prairie.jpg


external image jacksonplace_prairie.JPG The prarie has a mixed climate. It is cold there in the winters. It is hot and arid in the spring time. It is dry because of where it is located. It is near the equator that means it is hot and dry. - axc106 axc106 Mar 31, 2008


The Prairie has dry climate. It is dry because of the sun. That is why the grass is yellowish. The prairie has a mixed amount of climates. It is so warm and dry there.- fti115 fti115 Mar 31, 2008

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The prairie is warm, i think. I think that the prairie is like here



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The climate in the prairie is very hot and dry. That is why almost all the grass in the prairie is yellowish and brownish{dried up}. If i had to choose between the Savannah or the prairie I would pick the Prairie because it is a lot better then the Savannah.Not like the Savannah it gets cold during the winter time in the Prairie while in thet. Savannah it is still hot and dry.This is the prairie's climate.- sas028 sas028 Apr 7, 2008




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- jxm021a jxm021a Mar 31, 2008Juan Martinez

The climate in the prairie is that in January the temperature is 20 degrees F and in July the temperature is 70 degrees F. In July the annual precipitation is 10-30 inches. The climate in the prairie is that the wind mostly blows the whole time. The climate doesn't get more than 60 degrees F in the spring time. In the savanna the climate there is that the wind can blow up to 3 miles per hr.- ard027 ard027 Mar 31, 2008













the climet there is dry , wet, sunny and more sunny.but the temperthere there is the same it's get cold in the winter and the summer hot.the rain can get up to 10 -30 in.the wind ther is a little bit hard to stand up to.
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The prairie's climate for the summer is woist and humid. The winter for the prairie's climate is cold. If you go more western side it will get more dry. It gets 10-30 iches of annual percipitatian. It is dry over their.

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The climate that is in the praire is very hot because of the sun. And if you ever think of living there you have to take a lot of water. Also if in the day it is really hot then the weather in the night must be alittle cooler. And you can find alot of animals there.external image 1.jpg
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- agg064 agg064 Apr 1, 2008
Prairies are hot on summers. The land is intence. Prairies get not too much water. Maybe that explains why the grass looks dead. Thier are barly any clouds.external image Flower%201.JPG

It is common weather for the area. It is always dry and hot. During winter it can get really nippy and wet. People think of prairies like they are ppicninc areas. It's not though and it isn't all that lovely weather. The animals and vegetation don't mind thid because of adaptions.- arn096 arn096 Apr 1, 2008marsh_pineland_depression.jpg

The climate in most prairie is very wet to dry depending on east to west. The rain can fall from 12.6 to 21.7" each year. Every 30 years or so they get a very bad drought that last for many years. The most famous was called the Dust Bowl in 1930. Every 1 to 5 years a massive fire spreads on a prairie.

- avs082 avs082 Apr 1, 2008
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The climate of the prairie is HOT, AND DRY most of the time, with allot of wind, because the prairie is so green, it means it rains allot, but only in the winter. but on some years it does not rain allot, and the grass gets dry, really dry, and it can catch on fire.The average rain fall is 10-20 in per year.paries.jpg- sofia_loves_blikroses sofia_loves_blikroses- sofia_loves_blikroses sofia_loves_blikroses Apr 1, 2008


THe climate of the prairie is dry and warm. it is also quite windy so there might be some cool breezes once in a while. IT doesn't rain a lot during most of the year except winter when it rains nonstop. when the desert is too dry a fire might be caused.

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In the prairie, it is mostly mild. The climate can be hot, but it is never too cold. It can be very hot sometimes. It needs to be hot so grasses and vegetation can get some energy from light. This is why farmers sometimes grow crops in this biome.- jap106 jap106 Apr 3, 2008

The climate in the prairie is kind of like a chaparral. It's cold in the winter and warm in the summer. It's not like the tundra that get sunlight only once every two seasons.


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- mee039 mee039 May 23, 2008The climate there is hot and sometimes windy. The prairie dogs and other animals sleep underground so when it is cold they have a warm place to stay. When it is windy the grass blows everywhere. In the summer it is really hot and dry. In the winter it is really cold.marsh_pineland_depression.jpgCold prairie.prairie.jpg












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- rav124 rav124 Apr 4, 2008The praires climate is nice and warm.It can be windy sometimes.The animals that live there make burrows to protect themselves.Of things like pretators ,wind, and things that may harm them.The place is very green because it gets enough of rain and sun.
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- jea091 jea091 Jacqueline E. Arellano Climate there is cold in the summers and windy and sunny in the winters. In the winters it is 70 digress and probably above 70 digress by a little. In the summer it is 60 digress and below. The climate is nice there I wish I could go there one day.prairie_climate.jpg





The Prairie
By:Araceli Gonzalez
The Prairie has really tall and dry grass.The temperature is moist and humid.This allows for some very tall grasses of up to 10 feet. Summers are warm and humid. Winters are cold but not so cold.
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The climate in the Prairie is moist when it is close to the mountains. To the north and the east it is dry in the central areas. Rainfall comes in different times from year to year. In the summer months there is usually a long dry period. Strong winds blow across the plains during both summer and winter. - Trevorman Trevorman Apr 4, 2008
- jmm0109 jmm0109 Apr 4, 2008Prairies are hot on summers. The land is intence. Prairies get not too much water. Maybe that explains why the grass looks dead. Thier are barly any clouds.external image Flower%201.JPG


The climate for prairie is mostly windy. It can get hot and sunny sometimes. Sometimes it rains too. Thats good because all the plants that live there need water.

- aja104 aja104 Apr 4, 2008~

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The prarie climate is very good. It is not to hot and not to cold. It is perfect for the plants and animals. The grass and trees are practicly always green. Once in a while they will get a big rain storm.



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The climate in the charrpel is very warm and the plants there do get water sometimes and the plants there are used to the climate and the tempature. The animals in the chaparrel enjoy the climate and do like it because it is warm and nice to stay and relax. - dogblackylover dogblackylover Apr 5, 2008
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In the winter,prairie can be as low as -40° F, and in the summer it can be as high as 70° F. There are two seasons. There is a summer and a winter season. The summer is when there is no frost and plants can grow ( 100 to 175 days). During the winter nothing can grow because its too cold.external image prairie.jpgIn the prairie the length of summer is determined by temperature. Plants usually start growing when the temperature reached about 50° F.- ahk065 ahk065 Apr 8, 2008

Climate
In the prairie there are only two seasons the winter and summer time. In the winter the plants in the prairie don't grow and in the summer time it's when all the plants starts to grow. The animals in the prairie are able to live there cause it mostly is hot in the summer time and the length of the summer determines by the temperature. The animals in the prairie are mostly live underground and when its winter time the animals live under the ground wheres warm for them. In the summer the prairie is very dry and hot so many fires happen.- mxd115 mxd115 Feb 13, 2009
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- jmm0109 jmm0109 Apr 8, 2008Prairie plants have adapted to fires by growing underground storage structures, and having their growth points slightly below ground surface. The soil under a prairie is a dense mat of tangled roots, rhizomes, bulbs, and rootstock. The plants die back every winter, but are kept alive from year to year by the underground root system. Roots of prairie plants can by longer than the plant is tall. The roots of big bluestem may be 7 feet long, and switchgrass roots can be 11 feet long. Two-thirds of most prairie plant are below the ground. Some roots die each year and decompose, adding lots of organic matter to the soil. That's why the soil of prairies is so fertile.
Before settlers moved west, the prairies were covered with herds of grazing animals, such as buffalo, elk, deer, and rabbits. These animals increased the growth in prairies by adding nitrogen to the soil through urine and feces, and creating open areas for plants that like to have the soil dug up. Praire dogs dug huge underground tunnel systems which aerated the soil and allowed water to reach several feet below the surface. external image utah-prairie-dog2.jpg



- mxd042 mxd042 Apr 9, 2008The climate of the prairie is moist.Sometimes it can get cold and sometimes it can get hot.It doesn't really get that cold though.Some of the plants are used to the climate and others aren't and so they die.That was the climate of the prairie.- mxd042 mxd042 Apr 9, 2008prairie.jpg-Marissa Duran

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PRAIRIE CLIMATE

The climate of the prairie is damp. Climates are more moist close to the mountains and to the east and north. The tallgrass prairie, known as the true prairie, is wetter. Precipitation in the prairies can reach from about 12.6 inches in the shortgrass prairie to 21.7 inches in the tallgrass prairies. Sometimes there are long periods of dryness on a prairie.
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- ejs036 ejs036 Apr 26, 2008 The climate in the prairie is very interesting. In the prairie the prairie there is ten to thirty inches of rain annually. In the winter there is an average temperature of twenty degrees. In the summer there is an average temperature of seventy degrees. The animals that live in the prairie are well adapted to the climate. paries.jpg

The climate in the prairie its so moistly in the air. In the summer its all hot and warm. The animals that live thier are really used to it.
- Liz19 Liz19 Apr 29, 2008~
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The climate of the prairie is mostly fair. It doesn't look like it rains a lot in the prairie. I'm not saying that it doesn't rain because it has to rain sometime especially in the prairie because of all of the plants and grass that grow there. The prairie seems pretty sunny. That's the climate of the Prairie.
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- BIGA005 BIGA005 Apr 29, 2008

The climate in the prarie gasslands are hot, maybe cold cause i dont know, and it might be sometimes raining.- a-rod13 a-rod13 May 9, 2008



- jah086 jah086 May 9, 2008The weather in the prairie is very hot and dry.Thats why the grass in the prairi is very yellow.The winds go up to 3 miles per hour. Some place even start fires because it is hot. In some places in the prarie it is preety cool. It usally rains in the winter time only.

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In the prarie the climat is cold. There is a lot of storms and fires are natural. The grass grows again. Theres alot of rain. I like it there.
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The praire is a fresh climate .Thier are lots of storms and fires the summer gets really hot and the grass gets dry.The temperture is 70° degress in the summer that when it starts the fire.Lots of acers get lost every year but they grow back and with new soil for the plants.the temperture is very interesting

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There are many types of grasslands around the world. Some of the grasslands are tropical and some are dry grasslands. Grasslands in North America are known as Prairies, and in South America they are known as the Pampas. Eurasia has the Steppes, and in South Africa they are called Savanna and Veldt.external image grassland003.jpgby lionel mayorga





in the prarie the climate is very dry and hummid,because in the summer it is very hot so the place turns very dry to be at. in the winter it turns humid becausse of the rain the grass holds some of the water that changes the weather to be hummid. In the prarie there could be some wild fires because of all the grass there can be lightning causing the grass to turn into fire. In the winter sometimes it doesn't have to rain all the time but it could be very windy that it could blow you away!! - axr044a axr044a prairie.jpg



As you move from east to west, the rainfall in the prairies decreases. Climates are more moist close to the mountains and to the east and north; they are driest in the central portions. This creates different types of prairies, with the tallgrass prairie, known as the true prairie, in the wetter parts. Grasses such as big bluestem, and Indian grass, and many species of flowers grow here. Precipitation in the prairies can reach from about 12.6 inches in the shortgrass prairie to 21.7 inches in the tallgrass prairies.- arn096 arn096 May 27, 20080181.jpg




The climate of the prairie is nice and warm.The average climate in the prairie ranges from 31 °C (56°F). The climate in the prairie could sometimes be mild weather or could be really hot. It may be a little windy. . The climate may change over the seasons.
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The prarri's climate is usally worm and nice because of its surroundings. The climate there can sometimes be really hot and windy. the animals in there are usally adapted to it so ya. The climate it kinda rains sometimes in the prarri.- dogblackylover dogblackylover May 28, 2008
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The climate in a prairie is warm and mild.The prairie does not get much rain and when it does

rain it is really humid.The prairies also have droughts to and during the drought it is really hard to find water.To keep cool the animals sometimes come out at night, stay in their

burrows,and stay under trees.I think the prairie would be a nice place to visit during the spring.- Chobits Chobits May 29, 2008




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The climate in the parie
70° F and some of the times it is at 20° F. The climte is not the only one it changes ons in a while. It can also be cold in the night.

- axf065 axf065 May 29, 2008 prairie climate is mostly hot and even hotter in the summer and it is warmish in the winter. The average climate in the prairie ranges from 31 °C (56°F). The climate in the prairie could sometimes be mild weather or could be really hot. It may be a little windy. Also maybe cold at night. The climate may change over the swarmer or colder.

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In the prairie there are only two seasons the winter and summer time. In the winter the plants in the prairie don't grow and in the summer time it's when all the plants start to grow. The animals in the prairie are able to live there cause it mostly is hot in the summer time and the length of the summer determines by the temperature. The animals in the prairie are mostly live underground and when its winter time the animals live under the ground wheres warm for them. In the summer the prairie is very dry and hot so many fires happen.- thedark1 thedark1 Jun 3, 2008

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Climate:
The climate in the prairie is hot in the summer and cold in the winter.The animals do not have any warmth to keep the animals from dying in the cold.The animals are so so hot in the summer and so die from staying in the sun very very long with out food or water.The prairie is heard to live in because it gets hot.MICHELLE BERNAL

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Precipitation in the prairies can reach from about 12.6 inches in the shortgrass prairie to 21.7 inches in the tallgrass prairies.The prairies were maintained in their natural state by climate, grazing and fire. Rainfall varies from year to year in the prairies. There is usually a long dry period during the summer months. Every 30 years or so there is a long drought period which lasts for several years. The most famous drought was in the 1930s, when the prairies were called the "Dust Bowl". BY MARIA


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The climate in the prairie is really hot. There is a lot of wild fires because it is so hot. It gets a little bit rain. Many animals die from the fires. But some manage to survive, its a really hard place to live in.Oklahoma_Prairie_Fire,_Winter_Fires_2006.jpg- axf075 axf075 Jun 5, 2008