From the bloggers at Cheap RV Living.
I’ve been spending my winters in the Arizona desert for quite a few years now and I’m starting to get a pretty good idea of how they work.
Early to mid-October are almost always still hot and by that I mean they begin right around 100 degrees during the day and don’t cool off a whole lot at night, maybe into the 80s. But then a series of storms will pass through and each storm will bring a varying amount of rain and wind with it and after it leaves the temperatures will drop by about 10 degrees and then stay down at those temperatures.
The result is that by the beginning of November the temperature is very pleasant, somewhere around the mid-70s.
This year exactly followed that pattern, in early October we got a storm through and the temperature dropped into the low 90s. Then, in mid-October another storm went through and dropped the temperature in the 80’s and finally last week another storm came through and dropped the temperatures into the 70s, which is where they are now.
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