Phoenix Is Hot…How Is It Elsewhere?


Instead of boring you with the typical “excessive heat warning” messages, let’s compare the weather in Phoenix to the cities we covered in the article, Phoenix’s Mixed Up Weather. We’ll be taking a look at the weather from 5/22/2012 and see how Phoenix made out!

How does the weather in Phoenix compare to New York City?Phoenix vs New York City

Phoenix: High of 108° (F), Low of 76° (F).

New York City: 72° (F), Low of 60° (F).


How does the weather in Phoenix compare to Atlanta?Phoenix vs Atlanta

Phoenix: High of 108° (F), Low of 76° (F).

Atlanta: High of 78° (F), Low of 59° (F).

How does the weather in Arizona compare to Minnesota?Phoenix vs. Minneapolis

 Phoenix: High of 108° (F), Low of 76°.
 Minneapolis: High of 82°, Low of 63°.
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How does the weather in Phoenix compare to Iraq's temperatures?Phoenix vs. Baghdad, Iraq

Phoenix: High of 108° (F), Low of 76° (F).

Baghdad: High of 98° (F), Low of 72° (F).

And just for the record, Kabul Afghanistan was only 84°.

It is eye-opening to say the least to realize how hot it is in Phoenix. One may think of Iraq and Afghanistan as having the hottest, most desolate deserts in the world. Perhaps in regards of civilization, the Middle East is more desolate, but the deserts in the United States are hotter on average and becomes hotter earlier in the year. It’s just weird to think it’s more comfortable in Kabul than in Phoenix.

At least in Phoenix you don’t have to worry about getting shot at…oh wait, yes you do.

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