Coastal regions and some highlands, however, are subject to high summer humidity, with dew and fog at night or early morning. Rainfall throughout the desert averages less than 4 inches (100 mm) a year but can range from 0 to 20 inches (0 to 500 mm).
Interior skies are usually clear except for intermittent winter rains, spring hazes, or dust storms. Torrential rains flood the main drainage basins infrequently. Winters are invigoratingly cool, with the coldest weather occurring at high elevations and in the far north. A minimum temperature recorded at Ṭurayf on Tapline (the Trans-Arabian Pipeline) in 1950 was 10 °F (−12 °C) and was accompanied by a significant snowfall and about 1 inch (2.6 cm) of ice on ponds.
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