After I survived our last snowstorm while living in the Northern part of the country, where it snowed for 2 days straight as well as the people I was with and I got a total of 25 inches of snow, I decided that I wanted to transfer to a state that had little to no snow, however initially, I considered moving to a tropical arena like the south or HI until I realized how lavish it was to live in those areas, however after some thorough research, I finally decided to transfer to Phoenix Arizona.
It rarely snows in Phoenix, in fact, it only snows every 25 years as well as the last time it snowed was back in 1933 where they had a dusting of 1 inch of snowâ€¦ The weather is also fairly mild during the Winter time as well as the average temperature usually hovers around 69 degrees! While the Summers can be brutal with un-even temperatures in the 100s, the Winters are always beautiful here, but during the Summer months, I mostly stay indoors where there is air conditioning.
And when I do go out, I always find a arena with good air conditioning or I wait until the night when the weather cools down a bit. I appreciate to deal with the heat in Phoenix than to deal with the snow as well as freezing while living up North. At least, I can find some refuge from the heat at the numerous sites with air conditioning. When it snows, the only arena to find refuge is at new home as everything in the town closes down. I am not saying there aren’t some disadvantages to living in Phoenix but not having to deal with snow again is enough of a reason why I care about this town so much.