Tucson Flights GuideTucson is a city in southern Arizona. Some of Tucson's attractions are Saguaro National Park, Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum, Mini Time Machine Museum of Miniatures, Mission San Xavier del Bac, 4th Avenue, Pima Air & Space Museum, Arizona State Museum, and Tucson Museum of Art.
Tucson is about 2 hours away from Phoenix and 4 hours away from Flagstaff by car. Tucson is about 7 hours away from the Navajo Nation Reservation, Monument Valley, and Havasu Falls on the Havasupai Indian Reservation. The Grand Canyon is about 5 hours from Tucson. Sedona is about 4 hours from Tucson. Hoover is about 6.5 hours from Tucson.
Tucson experiences hot summers and temperate winters and has a desert climate. Summer daytime temperatures exceed 100°F. As summer progresses, low humidity and clear skies turns into higher humidity, cloudy skies, and frequent rain. Monsoon season starts between mid-June and late July and ends in August or September. Humidity skyrockets during the monsoon season. Clouds build up in the early afternoon before giving way to intense thunderstorms and rainfall, which can lead to flash floods. Fall sees warm, hot days and cool, dry nights. Temperatures decline quickly from triple figures in October and November. The coolest temperatures are generally found in December and January.The best time to visit Tucson is March, April, October, and November. During these months, you will experience warm days, cool nights, and lower humidity than during the summer months.
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