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Old 03-19-2012, 08:02 PM
 
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I looked up Knoxville's summer highs, they average 87 in the summer months. I expect greensboro / WS would be similar. All 3 have call center jobs. I think Roanoake or Lynchburg VA, Charleston WV, the tri - cities in NE tn would be even better climate wise if they have appropriate jobs. In Asheville you're competing for rentals with trustafarians so I don't recommend it unless someone has to have that hippie vibe.

I don't think the OP is being unrealistic. I read it as an average of 85 -90 not the absolute maximum.
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Old 03-19-2012, 08:18 PM
 
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I looked up Knoxville's summer highs, they average 87 in the summer months. I expect greensboro / WS would be similar. All 3 have call center jobs. I think Roanoake or Lynchburg VA, Charleston WV, the tri - cities in NE tn would be even better climate wise if they have appropriate jobs. In Asheville you're competing for rentals with trustafarians so I don't recommend it unless someone has to have that hippie vibe.

I don't think the OP is being unrealistic. I read it as an average of 85 -90 not the absolute maximum.
Then that average can be found most places. However she should not be surprised if there are weeks with sustained low to mid 90 temperatures with high humidity and a week even in the mid to high 90s.
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Old 03-19-2012, 09:18 PM
 
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Very true. Some summers can be very hot while the next one is a bit on the mild side.
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