Warm weather lovers, where in the United States is it too cold for you during winter? Cold weather lovers, where in the United States is it too warm for you during summer?
Anyplace that's 100 degrees or so, OH NOOOO. Same with 10 below. GO AWAY. New York weather is bad enough. This chick is wimpy. I hate humidity
Anywhere where they have snow and ice. I’m originally from northern NJ, but hate the cold.
Any place with humidity is awful in the summer. Even here in Arizona, when the monsoons hit. As far as being too cold, any place that gets snow is too cold for me (though I like snow).
I'll do zone 5b through 8a.
Southeastern part of the US is to hot and humid in the summer time.
Wisconsin is too damn cold in the winter and sometimes too damn hot in the summer.
Pretty much anything south of the 45th parallel.
Southern Missouri isn't bad, Iowa would probably be ideal
It’s too cold in Texas for me during the winter. I️ don’t like cold
Yes lol I’d rather I️t be 100 degrees than 50
Virginia is about as hot in the summer as I can handle. Any place further south is just too hot.
Especially since the sun turned white in the early 2000s
Virginia is beautiful but the summers can be a real b****. Texas, where I lived for two years, has insane temperatures (and humidity). And Florida - anywhere that I sweat in JAN is automatically ruled out for summer visits.
I look forward to becoming a reverse snow bird.
Michigan. I hate the winters here
I’ve been to Miami during the summer and I just couldn’t handle it
Basically the entire country with the exception of Alaska is too hot for me during summer.
This....I totally agree with this
Under 70 is too cold and yet at 10 or 20 degrees I’m just fine. It’s not the temp as much as it is humidity ... drier is more tolerable to me.
To hot Virginia down for me. Too cold in states along the Canadian border.
I don’t mind the heat, the humidity bothers me. I’ve been to places where its a dry 90 degrees and I’m a little hot but ok, but when its a humid 80 I go nuts.
Phoenix winter mornings are too cold for me
I prefer warm.....but when it gets over 110 in Nevada or AZ....it's too hot. As for cold weather......I've been in Fairbanks & Deadhorse AK in the depths of winter.....it's deadly cold and miserable. I really don't like being in weather below 30.
85 is my upper limit.
85 in New Jersey is different than 85 in Birmingham or Phoenix.
I’m in the country so I doesn’t get too hot here. We may have has a few days that hit 90. Humidity plays a big role. 85 in Az you need a sweater. Florida thru Texas would be horrible at 80.
My brother lived in Virginia Beach and could sit on the deck in full sun at 90°/90 hum. I was afraid to put my hand out the door. Just can handle heat.
The dew point tells the real story.
I'm a hot weather lover, so a good chunk the country is too cold for my taste during the winter. The first ones that come to mind are Alaska, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Michigan, and Vermont.
I do it a slightly easier way:
Draw a horizontal line across the US that is just north of Camp Verde. Anything north of the line is likely too cold in the winter... =)
Why did you choose camp Verde ?
Good point, presrvd!
@bluerum, because a good chick of northern AZ is too cold for me as well. I probably could have gone a little further north with my line, but CV seems like a pretty good reference point...
No, choose cottonwood then, not cv.
Right here, right now. I was so happy to get out of the hell that is AZ. It didn’t last. I’m in San Diego, CA. It’s @3 years were great. Then we’ve been on fire ever since. What little water we have is in the air and I think works like a magnifying glass to intensify the suns rays. It was 94* the day before TD. I went to Phx and it’s 15* cooler.
I am happiest where there are discernible seasons.
If it has a snowy winter, it’s too cold for me. I also don’t do well with rainy gray skies in winter.
St Louis was too cold for me. I tolerated Memphis because the winter was short and it only snowed once or twice.
Anywhere 80 degrees F is too hot for me and anything under 40 degrees F is too cold. Kind of sucky that I don't like hot weather since I visit my family in Hawai'i every other year.
Anywhere where I gets to be 80+ is too hot for me. I haven't found a place that is too cold for me(yet).
Tbh, everywhere in the continental United States is too cold in the winter, including here in Southern California. If I have to wear long pants and a jacket, it's too cold. Period.
People in Wisconsin wear shorts in the winter. 😉
That's what annie p tells me. You guys have my respect!
I’m not one of them! Haha My husband does though. T-shirts and shorts when it hits above freezing. He never wears a coat until it’s below zero. He’s crazy! Haha
In South Florida we have only a handful of cold days a year if we get a cold front. And I am talking 40's during a cold night. Today's weather is 80°/70°.
Anywhere that gets above 85 on a regular basis is too hot. Arizona would kill me! Mississippi is too muggy!
Duluth, International Falls, North Dakota are places that get pretty darn cold. I don’t mind them in the summer though.
South east (deep south) and south west.
Chicago is too cold
Chicago is great in winter but summers are too hot and humid
Any place where hoarfrost can occur. Basically every place north of Lake Okeechobee.
I've seen frost in Orlando.
North of 80 is too cold; anywhere the humidity is 75%+.
East of the Cascades and Sierra Nevada, I will say anywhere north of Interstate 70 is too cold during winter in the contiguous United States.
Anywhere by the Great Lakes or by the Atlantic Ocean north of New Jersey
The deep south is the worst place for summer. I remember it being 98 at 8pm, too hot.
I would be crunching ice and sitting in A/C with the fan on me. 😓😓😓
In the summer, we occasionally never drop below triple digits overnight. =)
I lived in the Deep South. I’m fine never spending summers there again. 🙃
They're humid though, so I don't blame you. I can do 110 with negligible humidity. I can't do 90 with 90% humidity. I'll die...
Yeah, it’s horrendous. ✌🏻😎 I’m not a big hot person. I can handle most cold temps as long as there’s no wind.