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Old 01-28-2015, 10:20 PM   #15
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Old 01-29-2015, 06:35 AM   #16
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Moved to Prescott, AZ 15 years ago. Four mild seasons. Love it.

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Old 01-29-2015, 08:18 AM   #17
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We settled in N Central AZ, north of Prescott, @ about 4,400 ft elevation, which is about the sweet spot for weather. In the summer, 98* is hot for us, 100*+ is rare and only during a heat wave!

Winter is nice, usually upper teens for lows, lots of low 20s. A few nights down to 12-14*, but not many.

We moved here in '06 for the weather and love it. Setting on the patio many times in Jan. We open up the house most nights in the summer to cool the house and close up early to keep the house cool. Window face south for heat gain in winter.

I tell people we have moderate summers and winters, and beautiful springs and falls.

We love it here!

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We're at around 3,000 near Tucson and have mild winters and hot summers. We moved here from the north east so we are liking the heat. We go up to the White Mountains in summer if we want a break from it. The best part of southern AZ is the low humidity, preponderance of sunshine, no hurricanes, snow storms, tornados or earthquakes.
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We will be traveling in Arizona in September heading to the Grand Canyon. This should give us an idea of the weather during that time.
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I have lived in Arizona for over 30 years and you ether love the desert or hate the desert I love the weather but cant deal with the summers like I used to so starting this summer we will go north for the summers. Any suggestions where to go? This summer will be Colorado Springs. Only asking for 3 things, somewhat dry heat, no mosquitoes, and golf courses. Yes I know its a tall order but we'll see

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