Arizona Vacation Weather
Elevation dictates Arizona Weather, with high temperatures and dry weather in the lower elevations and lower temperatures and higher levels of precipitation in the higher elevations. Snow falls in the higher elevations, in towns like Flagstaff. The state averages one tornado per year, and flooding is the most frequent dangerous weather event.
The highest recorded temperature for Flagstaff Arizona for the past 56 years was 97°F, and the regular yearly high is 61. The lowest measured temperature in Flagstaff for the last 56 years was -23, and the average annual low daily temperature is 31. Flagstaff normally receives an annual average of 23 inches of rain and averages 101 inches of snow yearly.
In the last 68 years the highest measured temperature in Phoenix Arizona was 122°F, and the regular daily average high is 86. In the last 68 years the lowest measured temperature in Phoenix was 17, while the mean low daily annual temperature is 62. Phoenix usually receives an average of 8 inches of precipitation per year.
The highest recorded temperature for Tucson for the past 65 years was 117°F, while the average high daily temperature for the year is 82. The coldest day reported in Tucson for the past 65 years was 16, while the typical low recorded annual temperature is 55. Tucson usually receives an average of 12 inches of precipitation annually and averages 1 inches of snow annually.
In the last 74 years the highest measured temperature in Winslow was 109°F, and the regular yearly high is 70. In the last 74 years the highest reported temperature in Winslow was -18, and the mean annual daily low is 40. Winslow usually receives an average of 8 inches of precipitation annually and receives an annual average of 10 inches of snow.