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    Desert Sunset

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    Tucson is the sunniest city in the United States! With more than 350 days of sunshine every year, that means there's more time to enjoy all the amazing outdoor activitiesevents and fun things to do in the Old Pueblo.

    Tucson days are warm and sunny, and nights are cool and comfortable. Our mild temperatures during spring, fall and winter are legendary. While temperatures rise in the summer, low humidity keeps even the warmest days enjoyable.

    While Tucson is located in the Sonoran Desert, the landscape is surprisingly lush. Thanks to our two rainy seasons in late summer and early winter, specially-adapted desert plants thrive all over Southern Arizona.

      Fahrenheit Celsius
    Humidity
    At Max Temp
    Precipitation
     Month
    Max Min Max Min
    (Inches)
    January 65 37 18 4
    33%
    .89
    February 69 40 20 5
    27
    .84
    March 74 43 23 7
    23
    .76
    April 82 50 27 10
    16
    .39
    May 90 57 32 14
    13
    .18
    June 100 67 38 20
    13
    .27
    July 101 74 37 23
    27
    2.04
    August 98 72 36 22
    33
    2.13
    September 95 67 34 20
    26
    1.16
    October 86 55 29 14
    25
    .75
    November 74 44 23 8
    28
    .77
    December 66 38 18 4
    35
    .98
    Average
    (Year)
    83 54 28 13
    25%
    11.16
    Yearly

    Compiled from Western Regional Climate Center and U.S. Weather Bureau Reports