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Jeff Davis County, Texas, United States (30.70183 -104.15017)
Jeff Davis County predominantly experiences a semi-arid steppe climate with 83.0% of the county classified as cold semi-arid (Köppen BSk) and 0.4% classified as hot semi-arid (Köppen BSh). An additional 16.5% is classified as having a hot arid desert climate (Köppen BWh). Within the county, precipitation increases while daytime and nighttime temperatures generally become milder with increasing elevation. Rainfall is most abundant from May through October. Snowfall is also more abundant at higher elevations despite having higher wintertime average low temperatures.