Top 101 cities with the lowest average yearly precipitation (population 50,000+)

Precipitation distibution for all U.S. cities (pop. 50,000+)

Top 101 cities with the lowest average yearly precipitation (population 50,000+)

RankCityPrecipitation
1.
Indio, CA (housing) (pop. 83,539)3.3 in
2.
Coachella Valley, CA (housing) (pop. 156,830)3.4 in
3.
Yuma, AZ (housing) (pop. 91,923)3.9 in
4.
Paradise, NV (housing) (pop. 223,167)4.6 in
5.
Enterprise, NV (housing) (pop. 108,481)4.8 in
6.
Sunrise Manor, NV (housing) (pop. 189,372)4.9 in
7.
Henderson, NV (housing) (pop. 270,811)5.1 in
8.
North Las Vegas, NV (housing) (pop. 226,877)5.4 in
9.
Cathedral City, CA (housing) (pop. 52,977)5.5 in
10.
Palm Desert, CA (housing) (pop. 50,508)5.7 in
11.
Lake Havasu City, AZ (housing) (pop. 52,844)5.7 in
12.
Las Vegas, NV (housing) (pop. 603,488)5.7 in
13.
Spring Valley, NV (housing) (pop. 178,395)5.8 in
14.
East Kern, CA (housing) (pop. 82,330)6.4 in
15.
Bakersfield, CA (housing) (pop. 363,630)6.5 in
16.
Victorville, CA (housing) (pop. 121,096)6.9 in
17.
Palmdale, CA (housing) (pop. 157,161)7.4 in
18.
Sparks, NV (housing) (pop. 93,282)7.4 in
19.
North Antelope Valley, CA (housing) (pop. 153,969)7.4 in
20.
Lancaster, CA (housing) (pop. 159,523)7.5 in
21.
Delano, CA (housing) (pop. 52,403)7.6 in
22.
Richland, WA (housing) (pop. 52,413)7.6 in
23.
Buckeye, AZ (housing) (pop. 56,683)8.0 in
24.
Kennewick, WA (housing) (pop. 76,762)8.0 in
25.
Pasco, WA (housing) (pop. 67,599)8.0 in
26.
Reno, NV (housing) (pop. 233,294)8.1 in
27.
Yakima, WA (housing) (pop. 93,257)8.3 in
28.
South Antelope Valley, CA (housing) (pop. 171,490)8.3 in
29.
Goodyear, AZ (housing) (pop. 72,864)8.6 in
30.
Hanford, CA (housing) (pop. 54,686)8.6 in
31.
Phoenix, AZ (housing) (pop. 1,513,367)8.7 in
32.
St. George, UT (housing) (pop. 76,817)8.9 in
33.
Avondale, AZ (housing) (pop. 78,822)8.9 in
34.
Glendale, AZ (housing) (pop. 234,632)9.0 in
35.
Chandler, AZ (housing) (pop. 249,146)9.1 in
36.
Grand Junction, CO (housing) (pop. 59,778)9.2 in
37.
Casa Grande, AZ (housing) (pop. 50,111)9.2 in
38.
Tempe, AZ (housing) (pop. 168,228)9.2 in
39.
Gilbert, AZ (housing) (pop. 229,972)9.3 in
40.
Peoria, AZ (housing) (pop. 162,592)9.3 in
41.
Albuquerque, NM (housing) (pop. 556,495)9.4 in
42.
El Paso, TX (housing) (pop. 674,433)9.4 in
43.
San Tan Valley, AZ (housing) (pop. 81,321)9.5 in
44.
Clark, NV (housing) (pop. 65,029)9.5 in
45.
Mesa, AZ (housing) (pop. 457,587)9.5 in
46.
Rio Rancho, NM (housing) (pop. 91,956)9.6 in
47.
Surprise, AZ (housing) (pop. 123,546)9.7 in
48.
Scottsdale, AZ (housing) (pop. 226,918)9.9 in
49.
Chula Vista, CA (housing) (pop. 256,780)10.3 in
50.
Riverside, CA (housing) (pop. 316,619)10.3 in
51.
Las Cruces, NM (housing) (pop. 101,324)10.4 in
52.
National City, CA (housing) (pop. 59,834)10.4 in
53.
Corona, CA (housing) (pop. 159,503)10.6 in
54.
Carson City, NV (housing) (pop. 54,080)10.6 in
55.
Tulare, CA (housing) (pop. 61,170)10.7 in
56.
Deer Valley, AZ (housing) (pop. 186,030)10.8 in
57.
Apple Valley, CA (housing) (pop. 70,924)11.0 in
58.
San Diego, CA (housing) (pop. 1,355,896)11.0 in
59.
Visalia, CA (housing) (pop. 127,763)11.1 in
60.
Nampa, ID (housing) (pop. 86,518)11.4 in
61.
Perris Valley, CA (housing) (pop. 190,588)11.5 in
62.
Perris, CA (housing) (pop. 72,326)11.5 in
63.
Menifee, CA (housing) (pop. 83,447)11.5 in
64.
Porterville, CA (housing) (pop. 55,174)11.5 in
65.
Placentia, CA (housing) (pop. 52,206)11.5 in
66.
Fresno, CA (housing) (pop. 509,924)11.6 in
67.
Moreno Valley, CA (housing) (pop. 201,175)11.6 in
68.
Tracy, CA (housing) (pop. 84,691)11.7 in
69.
Bend, OR (housing) (pop. 81,236)11.7 in
70.
Murrieta, CA (housing) (pop. 107,479)11.8 in
71.
Oceanside, CA (housing) (pop. 172,794)11.8 in
72.
Temecula, CA (housing) (pop. 106,780)11.9 in
73.
Casas Adobes, AZ (housing) (pop. 66,795)11.9 in
74.
Elsinore Valley, CA (housing) (pop. 93,311)11.9 in
75.
Newport Beach, CA (housing) (pop. 87,273)11.9 in
76.
Orange, CA (housing) (pop. 139,969)11.9 in
77.
Yorba Linda, CA (housing) (pop. 67,032)11.9 in
78.
Madera, CA (housing) (pop. 63,105)12.0 in
79.
Clovis, CA (housing) (pop. 99,769)12.0 in
80.
El Cajon, CA (housing) (pop. 102,211)12.0 in
81.
Lake Elsinore, CA (housing) (pop. 57,525)12.0 in
82.
Tucson, AZ (housing) (pop. 526,116)12.0 in
83.
Anaheim, CA (housing) (pop. 345,012)12.0 in
84.
Central Coast, CA (housing) (pop. 238,434)12.1 in
85.
Pocatello, ID (housing) (pop. 54,350)12.1 in
86.
Turlock, CA (housing) (pop. 70,365)12.4 in
87.
Hemet, CA (housing) (pop. 81,750)12.5 in
88.
Merced, CA (housing) (pop. 81,102)12.6 in
89.
Pueblo, CO (housing) (pop. 108,249)12.6 in
90.
Catalina Foothills, AZ (housing) (pop. 50,796)12.6 in
91.
Carlsbad, CA (housing) (pop. 110,972)12.7 in
92.
San Gorgonio Pass, CA (housing) (pop. 70,591)12.7 in
93.
Eastvale, CA (housing) (pop. 55,191)12.7 in
94.
San Clemente, CA (housing) (pop. 65,040)12.7 in
95.
Costa Mesa, CA (housing) (pop. 112,174)12.8 in
96.
Fullerton, CA (housing) (pop. 138,981)12.8 in
97.
Colton, CA (housing) (pop. 53,243)12.9 in
98.
Fountain Valley, CA (housing) (pop. 56,707)12.9 in
99.
Huntington Beach, CA (housing) (pop. 197,575)12.9 in
100.
Casper, WY (housing) (pop. 59,628)13.0 in
101.
Garden Grove, CA (housing) (pop. 175,140)13.0 in
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