Queen Creek Arizona Weather
The old Rittenhouse Elementary School, located in the heart of Queen Creek, Arizona, south of downtown Phoenix, was built in 1925 and opened on November 8, 2008. The site is located on the site of the Arizona Stage Company, which was founded in 1868 and is the result of a partnership between Arizona State University, the University of Arizona and the Phoenix Opera House.
The city of Queen Creek borders mainly on Maricopa County, but the city limits also extend along the eastern and southern borders in Pinal County. There are additional public and charter schools that train students living in and around the city of Queen Creek. American Leadership Academy is a public charter school for high school students located in the heart of the city, south of downtown Phoenix, near the intersection of Main Street and Main Avenue. The town, Queen Creek, serves as a central business district for the City of Phoenix and the County of Arizona, as well as other local businesses and organizations.
The area within 2 miles of Queen Creek covers an area of approximately 2,500 square kilometers and includes approximately 1.5 million acres of land.
Different types of precipitation are observed throughout the day, without trace amounts. The most common form of precipitation during the year is rain alone, although this classification is based on the amount of rain and snow that falls on the same day and the duration of the precipitation. Precipitation: The percentage of time spent with rain, snow and precipitation, ordered by percentage, with the sky covered by clouds.
The best time to visit Queen Creek for hot weather activities is based on beach and pool values, and the best times for them are based on these results. The most common time of day to visit Queen Creek in hot weather is in the summer months from July to August.
Due to the increasing degree days alone, the first spring blooms appear in Queen Creek in the summer months of July to August, but also in the winter months of February to March. The shortest day is 21 December, and the longest days are 1 January, 2 February, 4 March, 1 April and 1 May.
The hottest day of the year is 3 July, with an average high of 105 AdegF and a low of 78 ADEGF. The hot season lasts 3.8 months, the cool three to two months and the dark season two to one month, from June to August and from July to September.
The average daily short-wave solar energy achieved on the ground per square meter (orange line). The average wind direction is the four main winds during the hour, except for those hours when the average wind speed is less than 1.0 km / h.
Each independent score was calculated based on perceived temperature, wind direction and wind speed during the day. These values were combined into a single hourly composite score, which was then aggregated for each day and averaged and smoothed over the analysis period of the year.
Yellow and grey ribbons show the average temperature for the day and wind speed for each day of the year during the analysis period. Ribbons are indicated by the number of days with the highest and lowest average wind speeds for that day. The ribbon indicates the maximum and minimum temperatures for a day during a period in the last 24 hours.
The horizontal axis is for the day and the vertical axis is for the time of day, the colored area indicates when the moon is above the horizon. The moon will be in the light blue range above or below the horizon, indicating the highest and lowest average wind speed for that day during the analysis period. When the moon is below or above the horizon, colored areas indicate the maximum and minimum wind speed for each day of the year during that period, as well as the minimum and maximum temperature.
The clear part of the year at Queen Creek began on April 8 and lasted three months until it ended on July 9. This year's rainy season lasted 9-1 months, with rainfall falling from a high of 4.2 mm on March 1 to a low of 0.1 inches on June 30. During that period, the most rain fell on 31 days that began in mid-February, totaling 2.4 inches of rain.
The precipitation value, which is based on three hours of precipitation concentrated on the given hour, falls linearly and amounts to 10% of the precipitation. The average amount of precipitation (solid line) accumulated over a moving period of 31 days around the day of the year is displayed, while the average degree of increase per day is accumulated. As shown in the graph below, precipitation accumulated over a sliding, sliding, 31-day period around a question day is also shown as average accumulated and increases with the degree of the day.