Seriously, though, Phoenix averages 89 days above 100 each year, which is considerably hotter.Yes, but it's a DRY HEAT. *snort*Giggled reading your post about snow in Sacramento. My first (second?) winter in Phoenix, we had snow flurries in the eastern part of the city! I was told it happened every 3-5 years or so. Of course it's gone as soon as it hits the ground, but is still kinda cool to see.ILC
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