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Old 10-22-2020, 02:22 PM
Location: Live:Downtown Phoenix, AZ/Work:Greater Los Angeles, CA
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Originally Posted by Maroon197 View Post
If it reaches 100 degrees during the day, I can pretty much guarantee you the night will not be glorious unless you’re staying up past midnight. Today is October 20, and the high is 95. At 9:00pm it will still be above 80 degrees. 95 degrees would trigger an excessive heat warning in the majority of the country, but here it’s just another day. In October.

Also, our months of nice weather come in winter, when the days are at their shortest. While most of the country hits its stride in summer, when it might stay light until 9:00pm, we hit ours in December when it might stay light until 5:15.
I happen to think winter is chilly here at least half the time, especially at night&mornings. My ideal months here are April,May and October. If you think winter is our ideal weather, you should move to the PNW or coastal California
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