Kingman current weather
Kingman AZ is wonderful! Kingman's elevation, at 3,336 feet, provides an ideal southwestern climate -- neither too hot nor too cold! Kingman's weather is a welcome relief from the snow that hammers much of the country, the endless rains in some area of the northwest and from hurricans, and humid weather so many places experience. Kingman is a great place to live.
No Wildfires - No Earthquakes - No Tornadoes - No Volcanoes
No Hurricanes -
No Mudslides - No Flooding
No Snow, Ice or Bitter Winter Weather
Kingman, Arizona, weather forecast
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Does Kingman Get Snow?
Yes, it snows a couple times a year. A light snow will fall of around 1 inch in Kingman, but you better be up by noon if you want to see it. The nice part about living in Kingman is that you can enjoy looking at snow in the mountains, and not have to fight it around town. People like living in Kingman because you don't have to shovel sunshine.
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