Valley residents, visitors shiver as cold weather moves in

- People here in the Valley felt the chill Tuesday, as the Valley finally decided to join the winter party.

The winter-like temperatures were something people aren't really used to. In Downtown Phoenix, people were bundled up as they were walking around, making Phoenix look as if it was a different city altogether.

People also bundled up at Sloan Park Tuesday.

"You see my jacket," said Doug McInelly, whose son, Luke, was playing baseball. "I work out in the heat, and I'm a construction guy, and this weather isn't nice for us. I much rather have it hot."

Others also felt the chill.

"This is chilly. I can't really feel my hands right now," said Taylor Davis. "It's better than being 120."

"It's cold," said Ryan Court. "Yeah. It is cold."

While most people are freezing, some are looking on the bright side.

"I don't think it's that bad," said Jorge Febres. My hands are a little cold, but it's not that bad."  

"I appreciate it because in the summer, I know I'm going to regret not having a little bit of the colder winter," said one man, who was only identified as "Edgar".

More chilly temps are on tap for the rest of the week.

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