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Old 11-28-2011, 06:57 PM   #1
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April Temperatures in Southern Arizona

Will April be too hot to be in southern Arizona? We are planning a big trip this spring but don't want to leave Oklahoma til April... We want to some things in New Mexico (it is close & we can easily go to NM again) and lots of stuff in Arizona, Utah and Durango CO - then to California and up the coast to Oregon & Washington, then to Idaho and Montana (again - we love Montana).
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Old 11-28-2011, 09:00 PM   #2
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Is this what you seek? Weather for Ajo, AZ Type in the city/town to get their averages.
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Yes. Thank you!
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I chose Ajo, AZ because it is a good place to park the RV for a day trip(day trip because the rangers advise visitors to be gone by dusk) to Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument, yet far enough from the border to be safe.
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Temperature in Southern Arizona may vary greatly depending on where in Southern Arizona you are heading. Tombstone in Southern AZ is probably above 4500 feet above sea level while Yuma is not far above sea level. Where in Southern Arizona are you thinking?
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Depends on your definition of hot. You can expect 80-95 degree temps, but it is not unknown to hit 100 on occasion. It also can be kind of breezy (worse along the colorado river and in northern Az along i-40). Rarely is there any rain.
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We would prefer below 90 when traveling in the MH. We want to see a lot of things. But not be unbearably hot. We want to stay away from anything over 100. Had that last yr in okla.
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