In some places. We live in Flagstaff (7000 ft.). It snows up here in winter (we got 9 ft. one week last winter). However, the sun comes out after the storm and melts a lot, but not nearly all of the snow. In winter, daytime highs can be in the 40s but it can go down into the teens and single digits at night (This is the high desert) The same is true north of here, including the. Remember, services on the North Rim are closed from mid October until some time in the spring. It is very cold up there and in winter the roads can be closed.
On the other hand, in summer when Phoenix is an unbearable 115 degrees, the daytime high is in the eighties in Flag. Very nice.
In the north yes, where its cold.
the average temp for Arizona in the winters is very cold 50 degrees
Cold Stone Creamery's first store opened in Tempe, Arizona in 1988.
Arizona is farther from the ocean, which helps to moderate both heat and cold of nearby land masses.
hot like fire and cold like a vampire
The current temperature in Tucson, Arizona is 46 degrees.
It is in arizona. Arizona is a desert, so it is someplace in the desert.AnswerThe Grand Canyon is in northern Arizona. The southern rim is the more picturesque, The nothern rim has more trees and shrubbs and can actually get cold there--but it is an outstanding site from wherever you are.Answ
Cities that are hot and don't get snow or get cold. like Arizona as a state
All deserts in Arizona are considered as hot deserts with the exception of the Colorado Plateau Desert in the northeast part of the State which is considered a cold winter desert.
Probably because Arizona is a hot, primarily desert region. It doesn't get cold enough even in winter to necessitate hibernation.
Arizona has hot subtropical deserts - Chihuahuan Desert, Sonoran Desert and the Mojave Desert. It also has a cold winter desert - the Colorado Plateau Desert.
No. Snow leopards live in cold places of East and North Siberia.
The deserts of southern Arizona (Sonoran, Chihuahuan and Mojave) are hot subtropical deserts while the northern desert (Colorado Plateau Desert) is a cold winter desert.
It's very hot in Alaska and very cold in Texas and Arizona. And dogs have feathers.
Northern Alaska has the biome of Tundra and Arizona biome consist of mostly deserts. the only similarities would be that trees can barely survive, and are both cold at night.
There are times when the temperature in Arizona dips into the high 20's (F) at night and shallow pools of water can freeze. It does not stay cold long enough for lakes or rivers to freeze over. Parts of Arizona do get snow during the winter months.
warm and dry climates such as Arizona...the worst climate is new England where it is cold humid
Area 51 and the air force has a base there
Arizona has the Sonora Desert, the Mojave Desert, the Chihuahuan Desert, and the Painted Desert. Alaska has a cold desert: the Arctic desert at Kobuk Valley National Park.
The Mojave, Sonoran and Chihuahuan Ddserts of southern Arizona are classified as subtropical hot deserts. The Colorado Plateau Desert in the northeastern quarter of the state is considered as a cold winter desert.
Arizona is farther from the ocean, which helps to moderate both heat and cold of nearby land masses. However, some inland portions of California, Death Valley, Palm Springs, etc., are some of the hottest places in the U.S.
It is cold but sometimes hot. Its perfect temperature for people who don't care about weather to much
Arizona has true deserts. Alaska does not.
In colder climates they do but usually they do not But in Arizona because of the cold night snakes go undergound due to the extreme temprature
It can get down to the 30s.I was there once,and it was 90 one day,34 the next!Creepy,huh?Well,Mother Nature has her ways!