When can you find snow in Scottsdale? Weather stations report that there is no annual snowfall.
However,a value of 0 for snow in the graph may mean that either there was no snow or that no snow was reported. Scottsdale is one of many cities located in the Valley of the Sun, where there are more than 330 days of sunshine a year. The long summer season, from May to September, is divided into two parts: dry summer and humid summer.
The dry summer has very high temperatures, low humidity and no precipitation. The humid summer or monsoon season lasts from July to mid-September, with short thunderstorms at the end of the day and strong winds. In autumn, precipitation ends and temperatures begin to drop. Winter is cooler with occasional frost warnings, but no snow. The best time to visit Scottsdale is in spring, when temperatures are pleasant for outdoor activities.
We recommend that you call attractions and restaurants prior to your visit to confirm current opening hours. Other wedding venues in Scottsdale include SOCA Gallery, Su Vino Winery, Scottsdale Arts Center and Desert Foothills Events and Weddings. Scottsdale is known for its luxury resorts, luxury shopping and golf courses, but Old Town Scottsdale is the heart of the city.