Aw, it's not that bad. I looked it up, and on the 4th of July the average is >100 F only from Noon to 8PM daily (<90 from 1AM to 9:30AM. Gotta cool off). On average. Which means half the days are a little bit warmer. Half are positively chilly. Brrr! just thinking about it.
posted on 04/11/2013 5:27:47 PM PDT
by Cyber Liberty
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To: Cyber Liberty
June is the hottest month. It usually cools down to about 92 at 5:00 am, just before sunrise. The 110+ temperatures arrive by mid-afternoon. July and August are a few degrees cooler because of the afternoon thunderstorms, but 108 and humid feels a lot
worse than 117 and dry. Those are the best months to go away on a long vacation.
Phoenix heat really isn't a big deal as long as the A/C works - except for a few psychotic golfers, most everybody is inside an office or mall in the daytime, anyway. Construction and road maintenance workers have the hardest jobs. And the almost perfect weather we have November through April makes up for it. :)
posted on 04/11/2013 7:22:31 PM PDT
by Mr. Jeeves
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