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#4462573 - 02/23/19 12:23 AM Lots of Snow in Tucson, AZ  
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i think last time it snowed like that there was ....30 yrs ago ?

"avg snow fall in Tucson 0 inches year"


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#4462574 - 02/23/19 12:24 AM Re: Lots of Snow in Tucson, AZ [Re: Haggart]  
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Snow on a cactus. That makes for special pic.


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#4462575 - 02/23/19 01:00 AM Re: Lots of Snow in Tucson, AZ [Re: Haggart]  
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Yes it does ! Christmas Cactus


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#4462580 - 02/23/19 01:27 AM Re: Lots of Snow in Tucson, AZ [Re: Haggart]  
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That’s why I’d have to live in northern AZ. I doubt they see anything like this up there, though.

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#4462597 - 02/23/19 05:18 AM Re: Lots of Snow in Tucson, AZ [Re: Haggart]  
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My wife has more in Prescott. They have 2.5 - 3 feet on the ground right now.

#4462607 - 02/23/19 10:59 AM Re: Lots of Snow in Tucson, AZ [Re: Haggart]  
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And here in England we are having temps nearly twice the average for February! The sort of weather conditions usually seen in late May. This time last year we had the 'Beast from the East' bringing blizzard chaos and temps of minus 11C.


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#4462681 - 02/23/19 07:57 PM Re: Lots of Snow in Tucson, AZ [Re: Haggart]  
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Flagstaff, AZ shatters 104 year old snow record with 36 inches

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