Climate of the Great Sandy
For being the 2nd biggest desert in Australia, it has a surprising amount of rainfall. The Great Sandy has a staggering 250 mm (10 in) of rain during wet season.
The Great Sandy's temperature in summer ranges from 100-108 degrees Fahrenheit. In the winter, the temperature ranges from 77-86 degrees Fahrenheit. November through April is the Great Sandy's "wet season."
The Desert biome compared to the others is one of the most useless biomes ever. The Net Primary Productivity in the Desert biome is less than 200. Compared to the other biomes, the desert has one of the lowest amount of rainfall per year. Unlike the other biomes, the desert covers more land than any. Most deserts are found along the 30 degrees latitude north and 30 degrees latitude south.
The soil in the Great Sandy is quite dry. In fact the soil is so dry it is just sand.