Arizona averages 286 days of sunshine per year, fewer than 11 inches of rain and temperatures that rarely fall below freezing in most areas. If you are currently living where it icy, cold, and snowing all winter, you should move to Arizona for a warm dry climate.
There is so much to do. Arizona is internationally renowned for it natural beauty, its pleasant winters, varied recreational activities and diverse cultural opportunities. There's no place on earth quite like the Grand Canyon State with 26 national parks, 27 state parks, assorted monuments, and many recreation areas and historic sites.
Millions and millions of acres of recreation area! Water recreation is available on more miles of fresh water shoreline than anywhere else in the USA. Four major lakes provide lots of fishing, water skiing, and swimming, Lake Havasu, Lake Mohave, Lake Powell,and Lake Mead.
Snowbirds flock to Arizona each fall and stay until spring. Many quickly become full time residents. Summers can be hot in southern Arizona and along the Colorado River, but you sure can't beat Arizona in the winter!
Mid state you will find Sedona has milder weather, Flagstaff is cooler yet. But for the ideal combination of not to hot and not to cold, check out Kingman in Northwestern Arizona.
Are you living in a high risk area for natural disasters? It only takes one natural disaster to ruin your whole day. Are you tired of Wildfires, Earthquakes, Tornadoes, Volcanoes, Hurricanes, Mud Slides, Flooding, and Winter Weather? Then move to Arizona, you'll wonder why you did not do it sooner!