What is the climate in Arizona?

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The average temperature varies greatly depending on the city and the season. Arizona in general has very little rainfall and is very dry. The highest temperature ever recorded in Arizona was 128 degrees Fahrenheit.
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Arizona has a hot and dry high desert climate. They get very little rainfall during the year. It is great for older people who have arthritis.
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it is always mild
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A dust storm is much dirtier than a sand storm. In the summer, temperatures average in the 100 degrees Fahrenheit range. It is not unrealistic to expect temperatures as high as 120
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Climate is the weather conditions of an area. Things that are measured and can change the climate is the air pressure, wind, precipitation, etc. The temperature is just a small part
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