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Is Wichita A Desert?

No, Wichita is not a desert. Wichita is located in the Great Plains region of the United States, which is characterized by its grasslands, rolling hills, and prairies. While the area around Wichita is relatively dry and experiences periods of drought, it is not considered to be a desert. The city does have a semi-arid climate, which means it receives relatively low levels of precipitation throughout the year, with hot summers and cool winters. The city does have several lakes and reservoirs, including Cheney Lake and El Dorado Lake, which provide recreational opportunities and help to irrigate the surrounding agricultural lands.