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PHOENIX -- It wasn't the warmest March on record for Phoenix and Tucson but both placed in the top 10.

It was the eighth-warmest March in recorded history in Phoenix with an average temperature of 69, according to the National Weather Service.

The average temperature of 64.4 ranked as the sixth- warmest March on record in Tucson. It's the first March on record that Tucson didn't drop below 45.

Jim Cross, Reporter

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