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Originally Posted by Mr Blank View Post
By "best", I mean sunny and warm with low/moderate humidity. A light breeze is OK, but I'm over the wind.

I've tried various low elevation areas in AZ, but found them to be WAY too windy, especially in spring. Phoenix and some parts of Tuscon aren't so windy, but that's only because the surrounding mountains protect them from the wind. I don't want to stay in a city or the suburbs.

Haven't tried South Florida/Keys etc, but honestly from what I've seen it's way too crowded.

Most of the USA is blown out over spring. The whole season is mostly a right-off, if you want to camp and do outdoor activities.

Australia, being in the southern hemisphere, is a natural choice, since Dec-April is their summer/fall. But summer (Dec/Jan/Feb) is their cyclone/rainy season.

It's a big wide world out there, so where has this elusive nice weather Dec-April? I'm guessing it's going to be in the southern hemisphere and/or near the equator. Or maybe it just doesn't exist anywhere this time of year?
Have you given the Rio Grande Valley around Big Bend National Park a thought? It is generally very nice at elevations below about 3000 feet and even a bit to the northwest of there can be pleasant. Much of that territory is at or above 5000 feet, though, so the occasional cold shot of air can ruin an afternoon or two but, even here, it isn't too bad.
Someone who knows the area better than I can speak to the wind but when my wife and I were there in early April, we had little issue with it.
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