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    Default States that stay warm all year around?

    So warm is classified as 68 degrees Fahrenheit, by my definition or who does NOT own a snowblower/snow shovel??
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    I have never seen snow in my life :P

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    Yup, FL. South FL to be exact. Had only about 4 days that would even be remotely considered cold this "winter " (if you can call it that) so far. Even then a thin jacket on top of the usual clothes was more than enough. Not that Id recommend this swamp to anyone but.... /shrug
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    Hawaii

    Roughly speaking, there are two seasons: from November through April the climate is cooler and more humid, with daily high temperatures of about 81F and lows of 65F at night. More rain falls during the cooler season, but there are also many lovely sunny days. From June through October the climate is warmer and drier with daily high temperatures of about 84F and lows of 70F at night. Most people divide the year into two climate periods - the Dry Season and the Humid Season.
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    Florida's four seasons are tourist season, lovebug season, hurricane season, and summer.
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    Texas has a pretty consistent temperature (see: drought) but without the temperature loss of being in the desert.
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    having been born and growing up in florida, now living in louisiana, I can tell you for sure louisiana or florida are where you want to be.

    Louisiana seasons: Nice but rainy(flooding) -> Hot1 -> HOLY **** I'M MELTING -> Hot2

    Central Florida seasons: Chilly(60 min.) -> hot -> HOTTER -> nice

    South Florida seasons: Hot -> SURFACE OF THE SUN (only 2 seasons)


    EDIT: actually I take it back, florida and louisiana only have one season (74 deg F) because I stay inside all the time. Its too hot to go outside
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    Fort Lauderdale Florida here


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    Quote Originally Posted by Redcruxs View Post
    having been born and growing up in florida, now living in louisiana, I can tell you for sure louisiana or florida are where you want to be.

    Louisiana seasons: Nice but rainy(flooding) -> Hot1 -> HOLY **** I'M MELTING -> Hot2

    Central Florida seasons: Chilly(60 min.) -> hot -> HOTTER -> nice

    South Florida seasons: Hot -> SURFACE OF THE SUN (only 2 seasons)


    EDIT: actually I take it back, florida and louisiana only have one season (74 deg F) because I stay inside all the time. Its too hot to go outside

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    According to currentresults
    http://www.currentresults.com/Weathe...st-weather.php

    these states have the 'best' weather taking into account temperatures between 63 and 86 degree avg highs for seven or more months of the year, dry weather, and mainly clear skies.
    1. California (mainly Socal for warm/dry)
    2. Hawaii (Honolulu)
    3. Texas (Brownsville, Corpus Christi, Del Rio, Victoria)
    4. Arizona (Tuscon- but its really hot in summer)
    5. Florida (is really warm, but more wet than usual- it says Key West is very good on sun/rain though)
    6. Georgia
    7. South Carolina
    8. Delaware
    9. North Carolina
    10. Louisiana

    Of course its kind of subjective though, although I guess it may be what most ppl consider good weather. Personally I love rain, storms, and cool air though :P
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    Ideally, you would be looking for an inland tropical region with plenty of rivers surrounded on all sides by mountains within about 30 degrees of the equator. Oceans bring odd weather. Mountains help prevent high and low pressure systems from crossing. Humidity slows temperature change and rivers help to cool off an otherwise too high temperature tropical region. Seasons are more pronounced the further you get from the path of the sun which is why 30 degrees is the furthest north/south you'll want to go. Now... find a place that matches that description and I'll be the first to move there

    Much of the northern Amazon, parts of Central America and Africa, and some of the southern Indonesian islands are about as close as you'll get to finding that "perfect" location and they're definitely good starting points for an epic search.
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    Or just move Down Under. It's pretty amazing.
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