No matter what time of year you visit Arizona, you’ll find beautiful, perfect weather somewhere. For complete information about Arizona’s weather, visit http://www.wrh.noaa.gov/

Weather in Arizona

Average Temperatures and Rainfall

Desert Climates

Desert climates are found in Central and Southern Arizona, including the metro areas around Tucson and Phoenix. The average elevation in desert climates is 1200 feet.

MonthAverage LowAverage HighRainfall
January41.2F/5.1C65.9F/18.8C0.6″
February44.7F/7C70.7F/21.5C0.7″
March48.8F/9.3C75.5F/24.2C0.9″
April55.3F/12.9C84.5F/29.2C0.22″
May63.9F/12.9C84.5F/29.2C0.22″
June72.9F/22.7C103.5F/39.7C0.1″
July81.0F/27.2C105.9F/41.1C0.1″
August79.2F/26.2C103.7F/39.8C0.9″
September72.8F/22.6C98.3F/36.8C1.0″
October60.8F/16C88.1F/31.2C0.86″
November48.9F/9.4C74.9F/23.8C0.7″
December41.8F/5.4C66.2F/19C1.0″

Mountain Climates

Mountain climates are found primarily in Northern and North Central Arizona, including the Flagstaff and the Grand Canyon. The average elevation in mountain climates is 7000 feet.

MonthAverage LowAverage HighRainfall
January16F/-8.8C43F/6.1C2.18″
February19F/-7.2C46F/7.8C2.56″
March23F/-5C50F/10C2.63
April27FF/-2.8C58F/14.4C1.29
May34F/1.1C68F/20C0.8
June41F/5C79/26.1C0.43
July50F/10C82F/27.8C2.4
August49F/9.4C80F/26.7C2.89
September42F/5.6C74F/23.3C2.12
October31F/-0.5C63F/17.2C1.93
November22F/-5.5C51F/10.6C1.86
December17F/-8.3C44F/6.6C1.83

Information provided by the official Arizona travel and vacation guide from the Arizona Office of Tourism.
http://www.arizonaguide.com/