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View Poll Results: Worst?
Nashville 0 0%
Yuma 0 0%
Miami 1 50.00%
Nuuk 1 50.00%
Yakutsk 0 0%
Voters: 2. You may not vote on this poll

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Old 09-18-2019, 01:56 PM
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Positioned from best to Worst (scale of 1-10: 1 being perfect and 10 being a nightmare situation)
1. Nashville - 9 surprised at just how nice the weather looks here.
2. Nuuk - 7
3. Yuma - 5
4. Miami - 4
5. Yakusk - 2
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Old 09-18-2019, 05:01 PM
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From best to worst:

1.Nuuk-It's a tundra but it's not too dry (Yakutsk) or too hot like pretty much the rest of them. Still far from ideal.

2.Nashville-Hot but it is continental and not dry.

3: Yakutsk-Continental (good) but disgustingly dry (unforgivable).

4: Miami-Humidity is fine but this is just too hot year round.

5: Yuma- This is my idea of climate hell with constant sun, no rain, and unearthly heat. No surprise at all this one is last on my list, lol
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Old 09-18-2019, 08:56 PM
 
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I've lived in Yuma so maybe I'm biased, but I would ONLY consider Yuma on that list.


I love the dry and cannot stand humidity. 360 days of sunshine each year! YES!!!
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Old 09-23-2019, 03:27 PM
 
Location: Burton-upon-Trent, England
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Worst to Best

5. Yakutsk - brutally cold with a short summer
4. Nuuk - cold all year but not brutal
3. Nashville - nice hot summers but chilly winters
2. Yuma - lovely sunshine and warmth but too hot in summer
1. Miami - warm to hot all year and the most pleasant
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Old 09-24-2019, 06:53 AM
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Location: Minneapolis, MN
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I WAS gonna say Miami, but Yuma. At least Miami gets rain.
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Old 09-24-2019, 01:40 PM
 
Location: Landrum,SC
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Worst to Best

5. Yakutsk - brutally cold with a short summer
4. Nuuk - cold all year but not brutal
3. Nashville - nice hot summers but chilly winters
2. Yuma - lovely sunshine and warmth but too hot in summer
1. Miami - warm to hot all year and the most pleasant
Same here , thought its a toss up between the 1 and 2 IMO . The people saying those other 3 need colder winters , what? I don't think its human to want a colder winter.
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Old 09-24-2019, 04:15 PM
 
Location: In transition
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Best to worst for me and their letter grades.

1. Miami (A-)
2. Yuma (B+)
3. Nashville (C-)
4. Nuuk (F)
5. Yakutsk (F-)
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Old 09-24-2019, 04:26 PM
 
Location: YVR - YYJ - YOW
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Worst to best

1. Yakutsk (Z) Many things die at -40. Including cars, homes and humans.
2. Nuuk (D) Very mild if a little dull seasonally. Summers not strong enough, if it could hit the mid teens consistently from June-Aug as a result of climate change I would give it a D+
3. Yuma (C+) Pleasant winters but is brutally hot in July. Things die in the other direction, but it's the direction I prefer.
4. Nashville (B-) Too cold in the winter but a nice gradient throughout the year without seeing great extremes either way
5. Miami (A-) The tropics is where I probably best fit in...
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Old 09-24-2019, 06:47 PM
 
Location: Putnam County, TN
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Same here , thought its a toss up between the 1 and 2 IMO . The people saying those other 3 need colder winters , what? I don't think its human to want a colder winter.
Agreed. Nuuk and Yakutsk are brutal for someone like me, and even Nashville is barely tolerable despite being warm enough for subtropical plants and cold-blooded animals.
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Old Yesterday, 03:41 PM
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Location: Honningsvåg, Nordkapp, Norway
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Miami, FL. Climate of much dread!

Very terrible due to suffocating hot and humid summers and hot "winters".

How any man makes his home in such torrid urban hell hole is beyond my comprehension.

Nuuk is best BY FAR followed long away by Yakutsk (snow and chilling rains is the most healthy weather).
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