It’s not always blue skies and nice weather in Arizona—just about a mere average of 300+ days a year around most of the state. Despite the idea that Arizona is hot and dry most of the year, the truth is, the weather varies quite a bit depending on where you are.
While people are enjoying the summer in Central Arizona by sunbathing or splashing around in everything from lakes to pools, folks in Northern Arizona enjoy outdoor life with cooler temps and crisper nights.
Come winter, Northern Arizona offers the beauty of snow-covered mountains and great skiing, while in the central to southern parts of the state, people often enjoy the mild and welcoming weather in shorts or t-shirts.
It’s always postcard perfect somewhere in Arizona, no matter what time of year it is. Visit weather.com for city and day-to-day specifics.