These are so beautifully exquisite that you will not believe your eyes. You would not always get the chance to see Grand Canyon or the southwestern United States, it’s beautiful how the snow has scattered in deserts of the southwestern and it shows up the enchantment of nature.
Snow day in the desert! ❄?#Arizona #desert #snowday #Southwest pic.twitter.com/iC40L4wfGr
— Cassell Archinuk (@Cassyarch) January 2, 2019
Photographs are already taken to highlight the natural scenes from Arizona to New Mexico. These scenes are even more spectacular during the Christmas and the New Year season.
Good morning, New Mexico! Here at our office, we picked up about 2 inches of snow yesterday. How much did you get? Let us know and where you are located! #nmwx pic.twitter.com/MrMzZrH5wR
— NWS Albuquerque (@NWSAlbuquerque) January 2, 2019
Northeast, from Washington to Boston has experienced a mild winter during December month. Southwest has ranged from 1 centimeter (0.4 inches) in Tuscon, Arizona, to 46 centimeters (18 inches) in Los Alamos, New Mexico, and even a reported 51 centimeters (20 inches) in Mountainair, 70 kilometers (44 miles) south of Alberquerqe. Stated in iflscience
Snow in the Sonoran Desert is such a beautiful and otherworldly sight. #tucson #arizona #sonorandesert #snow pic.twitter.com/2FgQBCtaM1
— Arizona Illustrated (@azIllustrated) January 3, 2019
Seeing the Sonoran Desert capped with snow might be my favorite yet ?? Look at the saguaros asking for hugs to stay warm?! ? pic.twitter.com/OWMSPTrhWG
— Lydia (@1NativeSoilNerd) January 2, 2019
Another look at the snow this morning in Saguaro National Park. Such a beautiful scene! #azwx pic.twitter.com/bkkIdK8Dkr
— John Sirlin (@SirlinJohn) January 2, 2019
Snow in the #Arizona desert!#OptOutside pic.twitter.com/x1sQorHNkh
— Truth Is YouMatter (@TruthIsUMatter) December 31, 2018
In the Sonoran Desert the winter temperature would be around to 32°C in the day and 20°C in the night. However, the snow has helped the cactuses with a light decoration.
Snow in Sedona Arizona #Magical ❄️❄️? Have a great day out there, and stay warm… pic.twitter.com/eguI9MUH8r
— Sarai (@Sarai_AZ) January 2, 2019
Beautiful roads today #sedona #sedonaarizona #arizona #snow @SedonaAZ @ArizonaTourism pic.twitter.com/00tKAUc2fh
— Veronique Derouet (@vederouet) January 2, 2019
Sedona is located at the lower end of Arizona’s spectacular Oak Creek Canyon, renowned for its stunning red buttes and monoliths, as well as its surrounding lush forests. So this stunning red buttes and monoliths have covered with snow.
Snow – in the Grand Canyon of USA
New Years kicks off to a neat start 2019 pic.twitter.com/uGmhAo4k8w
— Willi H2O (@Willi_H2O) January 4, 2019
Admiring the snow at Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park, Arizona. The views are stunning. pic.twitter.com/AaSjuyCc6F
— Martin Perez, Jr (@martinjrperez) January 3, 2019
Grand Canyon and Monument also beautifully welcomed 2019 with this white layout.
“The wintry weather resulted from a deep pool of cold air at high altitudes that has been parked over the region for the past week or so. It is beginning to exit, which will bring a return to much milder conditions starting Friday.” Stated in Washington Post.
Here’s a nice GOES-16 satellite image that depicts snow (in orange) and fog (in white) across AZ this morning. #azwx pic.twitter.com/Txso2d2vGP
— NWS Tucson (@NWSTucson) January 3, 2019
Snow is very beautiful and seeing snow fall down feels almost magical. Holding your hand out while snow gently drops of your hand and melts in a few seconds is amazing. It’s so beautiful.
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