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32 Inches of Snow--in ARIZONA!

That seems really bizarre, doesn't it? Evidently it's quite a bit north of Phoenix in higher elevations. What's odd about it is that here in PA the most snow I can remember is about the same, and we have had that much only twice in my lifetime! I'm 5'8,' and the snow came up to my knees. That is one heck of a big snow to fall anywhere, let alone Arizona!




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Yeah, this morning on the news they showed a pic of a big cactus with snow on it!
I'm still getting used to seeing cacti in the wild!

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There was snow in San Francisco this weekend, too! I was trying to figure out where the snow was in Arizona; Flagstaff has been known to get snow so it wouldn't be out of the question if it was there. My friend who lives in Phoenix hasn't called yet completely bewildered by snow but she could be out playing it it!!


We are supposed to have 80 degree weather tomorrow which is just way too warm for the middle of March!

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Wow! And it was in the mid 80's here in Dallas today...
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We have snow dusting all the mountain tops here in Tucson. It is beautiful.
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Please take pictures! I bet it is breathtaking to see the contrasting scenery! Arizona is so gorgeous anyway I can only imagine what it looks like now.

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I also think the American South West is beautiful! Can you imagine how the Grand Canyon would look with snow? I have a snow globe like that. It seems unlikely, but it could very well be, considering the altitude of Falstaff !




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You are totally right about the American Southwest being gorgeous. It's such vastly different landscape from where I currently live. That's one of the most amazing aspects of the United States: how varied the landscape is.

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I also think the American South West is beautiful! Can you imagine how the Grand Canyon would look with snow? I have a snow globe like that. It seems unlikely, but it could very well be, considering the altitude of Falstaff !
Actually, I've been there when it's snowed! It's very cool. What was really neat though was the fog!

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It is such a magnificent sight that words aren't sufficient! The Canyon is an experience, not a sight. I so envy you! I wish I could see it with snow, with fog, at sunrise, at sunset, ad infintum.




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