Hot March Weather Is A Thing Of The Past In Arizona

March 100 degree days in Arizona were common until 1910, but have only happened in four years since 1910. The vast majority of hot March weather occurred below 310 PPM CO2.

This is what Arizona looks like today.

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3 Responses to Hot March Weather Is A Thing Of The Past In Arizona

  1. RAH says:

    You know that fact won’t phase them. Even as the snow in some places in the Sierra Nevada range is “Too deep to measure”, and California is about to break their all time record for recorded rain fall, they continue with their spiel about drought.

  2. Andy DC says:

    All of that lead flying around Tombstone in the 1890’s must have really heated things up!

  3. gregole says:

    Weather has been picture perfect here in Phoenix. Love riding my motorcycle in it every day. Beautiful.

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