It might be fall for the rest of the country but for Tucson it's nothing but mild weather and beautiful sunny days. However, we do have a handful of signs that it's autumn — colorful leaves on Mount Lemmon, our cars aren't as hot, and you might even need a light jacket some nights.
What's yellow, green and beautiful during spring?
When the swamp cooler isn't cutting it and hanging out in the Costco freezer section isn't an option, it's time to think a little outside the ice box.
Global coronavirus pandemic or not, it is spring in Tucson, Arizona — the birds are still singing, and the wildflowers are still blooming. Here' are some common local spring wildflowers and birds to identify.
You can see all these magnificent murals from the street, making them a great destination for your outside exercise time or a nice drive to get everyone out of the house for a minute.