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Old 02-18-2017, 10:11 AM
 
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I'm okay if Jan. temps dip to 60, but nothing brlow that. Plus, I'm not a fan of humidity.
In that case forget Florida.
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Old 02-18-2017, 10:26 AM
 
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I think Phoenix or Tucson is the OPs best bet. The no rain//humidity thing rules out alot
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Old 02-18-2017, 12:55 PM
 
Location: Tempe, AZ
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I agree.Do the average highs for Phoenix dip below 70 during winter?I think so maybe but I am not for sure.
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Yes, our normal high is below 70 from December 6th thru February 4th. But that said, our normal high only drops to 65
Yeah we are just a bit under 70.

However Phoenix and Tucson are some of the most, err, temperate desert cities. For an example Vegas sees similar summer highs as us but colder winter weather. And they have less rain. But because of colder temps in the winter I didn't recommend Vegas. El Paso is higher elevation so colder and I didn't recommend that either. Albuquerque and Salt Lake City are out of question because they are high desert cities (Vegas is not high desert, same elevation as Tucson).

If 70 was a locked-in figure (OP said they could go to the 60s) then really Yuma would be the only option. Yuma, Lake Havasu, etc. with incredibly low elevation below 1000'. Yuma I believe has places that dip down below sea level.
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Old 02-18-2017, 01:07 PM
 
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Yeah we are just a bit under 70.

However Phoenix and Tucson are some of the most, err, temperate desert cities. For an example Vegas sees similar summer highs as us but colder winter weather. And they have less rain. But because of colder temps in the winter I didn't recommend Vegas. El Paso is higher elevation so colder and I didn't recommend that either. Albuquerque and Salt Lake City are out of question because they are high desert cities (Vegas is not high desert, same elevation as Tucson).

If 70 was a locked-in figure (OP said they could go to the 60s) then really Yuma would be the only option. Yuma, Lake Havasu, etc. with incredibly low elevation below 1000'. Yuma I believe has places that dip down below sea level.
Okay, I see.I was gonna suggest Yuma but then I remembered that I saw that it has high unemployment.
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