Fangorn is kept alive by something other than the rain, or is a very dry sort of forest...
If you go up to Washington State, and compare the eastern side of the Cascades (near the sea) to the western side (on the other side) you can se a marked difference between the two halves.
Just a point of order: It is the western side of Washington State (where I make my home) that is near the ocean; the eastern side (where I was raised) has some near desert conditions being in the rain-shadow of the Cascade Mountain Range.
Fangorn is located in the rainshadow of the Misty Mountains. That should all be near-desert conditions.
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