What is the most arid and wettest cities in the U.S. (Football)?

In which cities are these games played?

Ms. Sue is right. First you must determine which cities might qualify.

One way to figure this out is to list all the cities in which football is played (NFL??). Then look each city up at Wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Main_Page and click on Climate -- scroll down a bit, and you'll find a chart which will give you averages of high and low temps, rainfall, etc.

College or Pro or High School football?

The wettest US region is Kauai, HI and the driest is Death Valley CA, which is near Las Vegas NV. The coast of WA near the city of Forks is also quite wet. There is a high school there

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To find the most arid and wettest cities in the U.S. for football, you would need to consider the average precipitation levels in different cities. One way to determine this is by looking at historical weather data.

To find the most arid cities, you can start by looking for cities with low average annual precipitation. You can use online weather databases or weather websites that provide historical climate data for various locations to compare different cities. Look for cities with average annual precipitation levels below a certain threshold to identify the most arid cities for football.

On the other hand, to find the wettest cities, you can look for cities with high average annual precipitation. Again, using weather databases or websites, you can compare the average annual precipitation levels of different cities. Choose a threshold or determine a specific range of annual precipitation that qualifies as being "wet" to identify the wettest cities for football.

Keep in mind that climate patterns can vary, and there may be significant variation from year to year, so it is essential to consider long-term data and patterns to get accurate results. Also note that the choice of which cities are relevant for football specifically would depend on the context or criteria you are using for your analysis.