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Old 01-09-2011, 03:27 PM
Location: Cleveland Suburbs
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Originally Posted by citygirl102 View Post
The South is pretty bad (Florida, Louisiana, etc.)
These places seem to get both tornados and hurricanes.

California is also not the best weather place, since they get floods, droughts, typhoons, earthquakes, and wildfires.

The midwest is known for tornados, obviously.

The most depressing place to live weather-wise is Cleveland. Hardly any sunny days, a lot of snow, cold weather, etc. Plus, we get tornados sometimes, too.

The safest place to live would be the northeast. Hardly any tornadoes or hurricanes. Occasionally floods and blizzards though. Other than that, you're safe.
Yes, the weather is so depressing I barely have the strength to get up and go to work everyday.
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Old 01-10-2011, 12:13 AM
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Originally Posted by FinnishAmerican View Post
I'd have to say Miami, ive lvied there for a while.

Miami has the WORST weather ever, its so humid and hot and humid and humid and did I mention its hot and humid. And hurricanes, and humidity.

I hate Miami weather too!!! It's the same year round, super hot and humid. You start sweating in 3 seconds and end up smelling like a street rat. When you come inside home everybody tells you smell like humidity.

We girls spend hundred of dollars a year buying anti frizz and hair treatments
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