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February is getting into tourist season. The weather is getting nicer, baseball spring training starts mid-Feb with games in March (barring lockouts), and there are usually a lot of activities. A big crowd usually gathers for the men's PGA tournament (usually around the Super Bowl) and hotel rates are high (cheap season is the hot months starting in June and going through August).

I spent about a decade in Scottsdale. I was going to head down to Tucson but when I asked around at work most seemed to think it wasn't really anything to see. Sedona and the red rocks, north about an hr or two is nice for a day or 2 visit. Grand Canyon further north is another obvious tourism place.

Lots of golfers will be out and about (and prices will be $$$).

Lots of restaurants, resorts, etc. although in covid times, I assume the situation is quite different and depending on your perspective regarding good or bad, mask wearing is on the low side in much of Arizona.

I always figured the end of November and December were the coldest months with frost sometimes in the mornings going into part of January but by February highs are often mid 60s-80 although nights will be chilly.
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