No more Leeward Rain

In some instances, the rain-shadow effect is the primary cause of desert formation. In
others, it intensifies or confirms the arid conditions already set in place by other factors,
or it may help to delineate the extent of desert areas. the leeward section of the mountain is the complete opposite of the other, when the windward section is full of moisture and vegetation, the leeward section on the other hand is completely barren,