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What state has a tundra climate region? CHAPTER 1 The Geography of the Americas 27 Washington and Oregon receive from 60 to 80 inches (152 to 203 cm) of rain a year. Farther north along the coast, portions of Alaska receive rainfall just as heavy. Highland Elevation influences the climate in the highland regions such as the Cascades, Sierra Nevadas, and Rocky Mountains. Here, temperatures tend to be cool for most of the year, and snow remains on many summits. Even if a highland area is close to the Equator, it will have a cool climate.
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