PHOENIX (KSAZ) - It's official. It's the warmest November on record in Phoenix with no measurable rain since late August.
But despite the above normal temperatures and lack of precipitation across much of the state, locals are still excited to hit the slopes.
Hundreds of ski enthusiasts are out at the Arizona Ski Show hosted in the Phoenix Convention Center, hunting down discounted ski gear and resort packages.
Arizona Snowbowl in Flagstaff delayed their opening day a couple of times before officially opening November 21.
Although they haven't received any snowstorms just yet, officials say they are able to make man-made snow recently due to chilly tmperatures at night.
And some Arizonans are completely fine with that.