It snowed!

But not our house. Almost though. Can it almost snow? The snow level dropped to 2000 feet. We are about 1500 feet so we missed it, but this picture is of the Superstition Springs Mountains behind our house. I’ve never seen the snow so low.

Final rain total: nearly two and half inches for us after about 24 hours of steady rain.

And if you think I’m talking a lot about Arizona weather now, just wait until we’re routinely hitting 115 degrees.

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6 Comments

  1. Yeah, at 115, there's no such thing as a dry heat–you're just cooking. AC is standard on cars and it's pure masochism to have leather or vinyl seats–they just don't mix with shorts, the standard uniform for summer. It's the price we pay for the great weather the rest of the year.

  2. Yeah, at 115, there's no such thing as a dry heat–you're just cooking. AC is standard on cars and it's pure masochism to have leather or vinyl seats–they just don't mix with shorts, the standard uniform for summer. It's the price we pay for the great weather the rest of the year.

  3. Ew, ick! 115??? Geez. Maybe I should stop complaining about Texas weather. 😀

  4. Ew, ick! 115??? Geez. Maybe I should stop complaining about Texas weather. 😀

  5. We're still in Phoenix but further north than Jen. Would you believe a neighbor had a snowman in the front yard? Had to have brought the snow in from North Scottsdale or a similar area. Even to the west, the Estrella Mountains had snow on the peaks–very unusal. I'm lovin' it!

    Abundant blessings!

  6. We're still in Phoenix but further north than Jen. Would you believe a neighbor had a snowman in the front yard? Had to have brought the snow in from North Scottsdale or a similar area. Even to the west, the Estrella Mountains had snow on the peaks–very unusal. I'm lovin' it!

    Abundant blessings!

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