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Old 09-24-2013, 02:28 PM
Location: The North
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Originally Posted by Seleira View Post
I am a young college graduate looking to move and start a new life in a different city. Looking for culturally diverse area, nice spring with blooming flowers, warm mild low humidity summer, cool crisp autumns with changing foliage colors, and mild winter with snow covering the ground during christmas- I like powder snow as well as great quality of living with education, health, shopping, entertainment, blue skies, low crime etc. No sprawls. I am looking for suburbs and close distance to major cities.
You pretty much described Boulder if you can afford it, Denver if your budget is more modest.
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Old 09-24-2013, 02:33 PM
Location: Foot of the Rockies
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Denver's Christmas Day Snow Statistics And Forecast

Probability of snow on the ground on Christmas Day, 53%.
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Old 09-24-2013, 11:08 PM
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The Northeast fits this minus the humidity. Even so, there are days NYC, for example, has mild humidity and sometimes even no humidity in the summer. The weather can change drastically in the summer around here, believe it or not. It's just not normally day by day, it's often more week by week. We can have a week or 2 of oppressive heat and humidity, a heat wave, then 2 weeks of beautiful weather with almost no humidity. Then interspersed we can have humid days, but nothing too severe or out of the ordinary. May, June, and September are the best months for lower humidity on the whole. June and July are generally the most oppressive. But we have beautiful blooming springs, falls with changing leaves, and winters with a good amount of snow all along the East Coast. I'd recommend NYC, Boston, Philadelphia, and even DC though it's often categorized as a Mid-Atlantic city.
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