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The Midwest is experiencing its 90th straight day of 90+ degree heat. This giant sauna is no longer fun for me. I would seriously like to know, is there any place in the United States where the air hovers around 70 degrees year round? If so, I will be moving there shortly.

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Don't know....but we haven't had summer yet. Foggy mornings, cool days...I think I've become vitamin D deficient from lack of sun.
 

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I live in LA, near downtown, and it's been in the 70's for most of summer so far. The evenings have been very cool. You can add 10 plus degrees to that if you're in the Valley.
 

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77 here now and I am fricking thrilled.....not so much with the 20 mph headwinds.....lol, but still, 77 and dry is good !
 

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Touch0Gray said:
77 here now and I am fricking thrilled.....not so much with the 20 mph headwinds.....lol, but still, 77 and dry is good !
Ditto. Here in NE IA it's 78 right now but also windy. Beats the 90+ temps and big humidity we've had for some time. Last night it wasn't real bad weather for the Light Up The Night Ride at the Cedar Trails Festival here in town that the 3 of us did. Did an earlier day ride with just the daughter. Skipped the Poker Ride today as my back is killing me. Not sure what I did but Ibuprofen is my friend today.
 

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SF Bay area is probably the best you're going to find. Cities like San Mateo, Redwood City, Hayward, Oakland rarely get above 90. Winters you're probably looking at 60's but rarely get below 50's in daylight hours.
 

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California coast, or Northern Mediterranean coast.

That's pretty much it, I'd think.
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I would love 70's year round, but I'd like some violent thunder and lightening thrown in occasionally. We don't get that in coastal SoCal unless you head out into the desert where it's freakin hot.
 

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You have to have 2 homes.

The really rich live part of the year in Scottsdale, AR and part of the year in Cour d'Arlene, ID. That way they can assure day time temperatures in the temperate band with little humidity.

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You have to have 2 homes.

The really rich live part of the year in Scottsdale, AR and part of the year in Cour d'Arlene, ID. That way they can assure day time temperatures in the temperate band with little humidity.

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Can I stay at your place?
 
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