I would love to live in southern California, Costa Rica or some Island where the temperatures rarely range any further than 60 degree F for the low and 80 degrees F for the high. Some perpetual Spring-like weather would not bother me at all, for at least a decade or two.
Sunny, mid-70s to mid-80s, and without humidity. I love the variations in the seasons where I live. The only times I really hate it is when the humidity gets too high in the summer and when the temps get below 30 for more than a few days in the winter.
Sunshine, lots of it, 70 to 75 degrees with a slight breeze...and the sound of the ocean crashing on the beach.
Being born and raised in Chicago for most of my life, I prefer the colder temperatures. I'd say 40 - 50 degrees would be ideal for me.
by BenWritings 11 years ago
What's your perfect temperature range?Mine would be 50-70 I can't stand heat and summer In TN, the humidity can make an 80 degree day boggy, miserable, overwhelmingly hot.But I remember in CO, the air was so fresh and dry, that it could be 90 degrees and still comfortable.
by Raymond D Choiniere 11 years ago
Hey Hubberville,Here in Mass, USA, east coast, the temperature has hit 99 degrees.What about where you are?
by Debbie Roberts 10 years ago
What's the weather like where you are?It feels so cold here that I've taken the milk out of the fridge to keep it fresh!!....Nice clear blue skies out though....
by harmony155 9 years ago
What is the temperature in your city today?It is a blazing 105 degrees in Atlanta, Georgia!
by Dan Harmon 4 years ago
Recent studies indicate that even if the Paris Accords are successful, Sydney may find itself with temperatures of 50 degrees (122F). "Major Australian cities, such as Sydney and Melbourne, may experience unprecedented temperatures of 50 degrees Celsius under 2 degrees of global...
by R D Langr 9 years ago
What's your idea of perfect weather?Mine is 60 degrees (F), slightly cloudy with a slight but constant breeze. Sweatshirt weather! It's why I love fall the best...
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