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Old 09-30-2016, 10:24 AM
 
Location: Pittsburgh
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The NYC region. You are in your 20s. Live. Winters aren't that bad in NYC. Another option would be Philly.
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Old 09-30-2016, 11:17 AM
 
Location: Austin, TX
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The thing is, if you are trying to escape heat, nowhere east of the Rockies will do that. They will all be hot and humid in the summer. At least LA isn't humid and it really isn't hot, unless you are far inland.

So, your only bet for year round cool weather would be the Pacific Northwest for your requirements.
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Old 09-30-2016, 04:07 PM
 
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The thing is, if you are trying to escape heat, nowhere east of the Rockies will do that. They will all be hot and humid in the summer. At least LA isn't humid and it really isn't hot, unless you are far inland.

So, your only bet for year round cool weather would be the Pacific Northwest for your requirements.
Or perhaps northern New England(VT, NH and ME) and the North Country region of Upstate NY. It may be humid, but it would be relatively mind.
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Old 10-01-2016, 11:53 AM
 
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Hello,

I've been living in Los Angeles most of my life. I've been searching for a city where I can begin studying my PhD in business, but I am clustered. I want to move because LA is a bit expensive and the weather is too HOT. I enjoy cold weather, I don't mind little rain and snow. I love the outdoors as well as going to diverse restaurants and socializing . I'm in my 20's, I do like a city that is friendly and welcoming.
Any ideas what city I should look into? Please share any thoughts or opinions you may have.
Thank you!
Friendly/welcoming, outdoor-oriented, four seasons tipping toward colder, moderate snow, somewhat diverse and no doubt an upper tier university coupled with some degree of affordability would point me toward places like St Louis (Washington University), Columbus (Ohio State) or Cincinnati (U of Cincinnati). If you can deal with smaller towns not too far from larger cities you might look at Ann Arbor (U of Michigan), Champaign (U of Illinois) or Storrs (U of Connecticut).
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