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Some don't like it hot. As hot and miserable as the summers in Arizona are known for, who would believe that the winters are among the most amazing and hospitable on the planet? Arizona is famously known for its scorching temperatures, however few people know how great the winters are, and spring time is even more obscure. The marvelous winters in Arizona are worth putting up with summer temperatures that one would be accustomed to on another planet, such as mercury. The winter months are truly the all-stars here in the desert, as Arizonans walk around in shorts and tee shirts while neighboring states often find themselves in a deep freeze during these very same months. First off, being in Arizona in the summer is not unlike being cast to depth of hell from May to October. Year round summer temperatures in Arizona would make this state a ghost town, just like it was portrayed in the old western movies. Not even having the best football and hockey teams on the planet could be able to make the population stick …show more content…
Not every year does Spring show up here in the valley as usually the temperatures immediately jump into the nearly one hundred degree temperatures well before May shows up. Ask anyone who has dressed up as the Easter Bunny and inadvertently almost had a heat stroke; springtime is not a guarantee every year. When we are treated to Spring time, it is a rather glorious month or so when the back yard pool is not still covered, but has yet to boil over. This is the time when all but one of the baseball teams head out of town and the snowbirds high tail it back to their summer nest. If there were time of the year that that most Arizonans could agree to be favorable this would most likely be It. It is too bad that most years the temperatures are soaring around this

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