Where Is The Warmest Place To Live In The US?


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lakeesha Hennessy Williams Profile
I did some research into this when I was thinking about up and leaving Louisiana (in the end I didn't though).

The truth is that there are actually a number of places which could be considered the 'warmest places to live in the US'- depending on what you mean by 'warmest'.

Here are the cities that make the list:

Warmest place in the US

Firstly, we need to distinguish between warm and hot: Warm, to me, means somewhere that has a pleasant and sunny climate. Hot, on the other hand, simply suggests the place with the highest temperature.

As far as the warmest cities go (based on average yearly temperature), then the top 10 looks like this:

  1. Miami, Florida
  2. Tampa, Florida
  3. Orlando, Florida
  4. Los Angeles, California
  5. Phoenix, Arizona
  6. San Diego, California
  7. Riverside, California
  8. New Orleans, Louisiana
  9. Jacksonville, Florida
  10. Houston, Texas
Hottest place in the US

If you're looking to bake in some seriously hot temperatures- then Death Valley, California is the place to go.

Death Valley is a desert in eastern California which has the hottest and driest climate in North America.

While it holds the record as the hottest place in the USA (and second hottest on Earth), it also can be quite chilly on winter nights.

In fact, Death Valley's lowest temperature is 15°F, recorded on January 8th 1913 - the same year,in fact, that it reached its summertime record of 134°.

Sunniest place in the US
Alternatively, you might be interested in the city with the most sunshine all year round:

Yuma, Arizona is the only city in the US to receive over 4000 hours of sunshine a year (that's an average of around 11 hours a day!).
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
Abby Lake, Florida.
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
Bullhead city, AZ.
otis otiscambell Profile

Come to Houston tx now its niceand toasty 110 degrees.

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