Does the idea of shoveling #snow get old to you real fast? You’re not alone! There are many seasonal residents in Arizona that use the winter months as an opportunity to stay thawed out during the winter.
The National Weather Service are already predicting a warm, dry winter across the state.
The Climate Prediction Center’s outlook calls for a warm, dry winter for the Southwest, including the Phoenix area. Meanwhile, the Canadian version of the “Farmers’ Almanac” predicts a cold winter in most of that country. Environment Canada, that country’s version of the National Weather Service, is not as certain for a colder-than-normal winter.
So chances are that plenty of folks in Alberta and Manitoba, not to mention Minnesota and North Dakota (the CPC is calling for colder than average temperatures in the upper Midwest), plan on heading this way once the snow starts flying.
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If you’re ready to trade in your snow chains, shovels, and icy roads for something more warm and dry, it’s probably a good idea to talk to Mike Domer.