What is the climate like in the world's coldest deserts


What is the climate like in the world's coldest deserts
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Temperatures during the summer, which lasts only 6 to 10 weeks, never rise above 45 degrees. It is always windy, and the sun shines 24 hours a day, which is why some refer to cold deserts as "the land of the midnight sun."

Winter brings bitter winds, snowfall, and much shorter days. Even during the winter, some types of grasses, shrubs and sedges manage to survive.

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