If you had to chose from moving to a hotter or colder climate, what would you choose? Why?
I would choose hot because I can do more outdoors than I can in bitter cold. Also, my hobbies and interest are taylored for warmer weather.
I never liked the cold climates. Your bones ache when you get older. In a cold climate it is like being in a refrigerator!
I would move to a hotter climate. I spent almost ten years down in GA before moving back north. It seemed so much colder even in the summer after moving back up here. I would like to move south again someday.
I prefer colder places as I prefer indoor activities. I like spending time reading books, watching videos, so on.
I've lived all over the place, but right now, New York state is home. If I could, I would move somewhere that doesn't ever get below 50 degrees (F). I just don't dig the cold.
My limit is 40 but I have difficulties past 100 degrees. Would need a place that only has upper 90's in summer and not much more.
I can handle really high heat, as long as the humidity isn't oppressive. The temps in Texas were just about right for me.
I'd choose colder - I like the northwoods, know how to dress for the weather and find it invigorating. Heat is harder for me to tolerate, but like most people I like mild weather. I like the change of seasons and I dislike reptiles, so north is good for me!
I would choose to live in the cold for because I can tolerate the cold more than the heat. I get uncomfortable in the heat which causes me to stay awake for hours while in the cold I can sleep comfortably.
I would choose hotter. I don't like the cold it makes me feel miserable.
Colder. Texas and Florida are my limit of heat and I've lived in these areas for most of my life. So I would only go up.
It's more about humidity for me. Here in Louisiana, both the summers and winters are brutal due to the high humidity.
I wouldn't mind moving to a drier state like Texas or California to escape the oppressive temperatures, but then again, I love how often we get thunderstorms here.
Colder, definitely! I can't stand the heat, and I practically NEED white winters.
I just moved from Maine back to the Oklahoma/Arkansas area. I missed the sun and warmth, but I will miss the cold and snow this winter. In my perfect world I wouldn't have to chose and could travel between the two based on my current desire.
I would choose hotter, where I live,the weather is never consistent. I prefer somewhere where it is warm all year round.
Exactly! Here in Indianapolis we broke a record high of 100 degrees last September then was literally in the mid 60s for daytime highs 2 days latter. Got sick for 4 weeks with a cough.
You would probably love Hawaii then! Hawaii is another one of my favorite states! My parents and I used to travel a lot and of all the trips we took. the trip to Hawaii was my mother's favorite !
I'll probably never leave Alabama because it's my home. If I ever had to move, I would probably move to Arizona, which is a hot climate but not as humid as it is in Alabama in the summertime. I used to travel a lot and Arizona has always been one of my favorite states. I have a lot of allergies and I've always heard that Arizona is a good place for people with allergies and arthritis.
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by prettydarkhorse 12 years ago
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by blatva 12 years ago
And im in shorts ^^ Take that Cold Indiana Weather! I'ma Californian O:<How cold is it where you are?
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