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Old 10-04-2015, 09:50 AM   #21
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Here is one person's version of a pleasant weather (year round) map:

kelly norton: The Pleasant Places to Live

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According to the above info, my low-desert place gives me 61 days/year, and my high-country place only 41 days/year!

No way. Perhaps if one's comfort range is defined as "the mean temperature was between (55 F and 75 F), the minimum temperature was above 45 F, the maximum temperature was below 85 F and there was no significant precipitation or snow depth."

I noted the "no precipitation" condition. Well, that's how we get severe drought in the West. Duh!

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