Average monthly temperatures in the Phoenix/Scottsdale area....

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Real Estate Agent with Long Realty West Valley AZ RE Lic. #SA560004000
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Since I work a lot with out of state buyers, and Phoenix has a very hot reputation, I am often asked how hot it really gets during the summer months here.  So I compiled an average high temperature chart below to assist those thinking of moving to the Valley of the Sun.  As you can see, and as expected, the summer months are hot!  We live in a desert, so that makes sense.  But I can tell you truthfully, 100 degrees here feels a lot cooler than 100 degrees in most other areas of the country due to the lack of humidity.  As has been said many times before, it's a dry heat.  Also, notice how pleasant it is the rest of the year.  So keep that in mind when you may be freezing your tail off elsewhere:

 

Jan.   Feb.   Mar.   Apr.   May   June   July   Aug.   Sept.   Oct.   Nov.   Dec.

 69       72      78       86       95      104     106    104      100      89      76       67

 

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Gloria Todor
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Jerry, Yes the dry heat is much better than the thick soupy humid heat we get here in the Philly area. I did hear a report on the National news that your area is a good bit above average with more humidity lately.  Hope the power grid stays in tact until the mild months arrive!

 

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Jerry, great compilation of average temperatures, and we have seen a few days of over 100 here, but again, no humidity! 

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