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Post Info TOPIC: Winter has arrived in AZ


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Winter has arrived in AZ


9" of snow in Flagstaff yesterday. Down to 45° in Mesa tonight! Should warm up this weekend, then another cool down next week.  Make sure to check the weather often this year coming down as there will be waves of cooler/wet/snow weather with the El Nino storms setting up out in the Pacific.   And yes, this area really does need the moisture.

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Wow..............I never knew it snows in Arizona. I thought just up here.

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TRAILERKING: Arizona has high elevation areas, like Flagstaff, that are much colder than the lower elevation desert areas that it is famous for. Grand Canyon is in Arizona and its North Rim is closed in winter.

Remember it rarely snows in Victoria BC and makes the news when it happens.

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They measure winter in Houston in hours below freezing.  Any time that happens, it's a disaster. Snow isn't their biggest issue... ice storms really mess things up in that neck of the woods.



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Our heater is cranking in Fort Mohave!! I think we might be 1 degree warmer than Mesa. Friends in Quartzsite were also posting that it was a chilly morning there.

This is our 3rd November in AZ and I think it's the coldest we've been this early in November. The local weather people were reporting that yesterday's snowfall in Flagstaff was one of the earliest recorded and certainly one of the heaviest for this early in the year, but the local skiers are excited.

This morning it was about the same temperature as what we would have woken up to in the Seattle area, but one BIG difference, we're waking up to sunshine. I can take these temps with blue skies and sunshine vs. gray skies and rain.  biggrinbiggrinbiggrin



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was snow in reno and mamouth mountain(395) as I drove through there nov 03 never saw snow that early there before
But good news is its warm nite and day in Indio.Were always 8-10 degrees warmer than mesa at any given time in the winter months

 

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Ya'll,welcome to come up to Minnesota, no snow, been in the 50°'s and 60°'s, harvested cilantro yesterday, so its not been much colder than 32° at night. Nice clear sky.
Warmest Nov in a long time.
Better hurry up though when it changes, it changes.



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