Can't really tell where I am, since they don't put my "town" location on the map. It looks like I should be in 0 to +5, but I could be in 0 to -5, or even -5 to -10. Flagstaff is only in -10 to -15, which seems mild considering that it was -19 last January. Well, it is an average minimum extreme.
Since it is related, I'll add that for Flagstaff, this is the first winter season since I moved out here and lived there (8/2006) where it never went (officially) below zero in December or January. If it doesn't do it in February, which seems unlikely given the winter so far, this will probably be a winter without negative temps. I don't think anyone would complain. Well, nuts in Flag would, but they also complain about temps over 70, having a "hot", dry spring with temps in the 80s and 90s and it just not being cold and nasty in general.
I think Monsoon season will begin around June 20, plus or minus 5 days, not by the calendar according to the NWS, but when dew points rise dramatically, and it begins to rain over the Sacramento Mountains. It will start about 10 days later in Arizona.