I'll just leave this here:http://www.intellicast.com/Local/Weathe ... n=USCA0638
Be thankful you have seasons, even if they are cold, wet or miserable. You may think that our weather is ideal, but here is what a guy from Tennessee said to me today, and it rings sadly true:
"So I've been here a week, and I don't know how anyone could live here with any motivation to live after a few years. Just a few days and I feel like I'm living in the Groundhogs Day movie. It's the same. Everywhere, everyday, every direction. There's nothing in the sky, season or air to remind you of change. I can't wait to take a flight back home. Seasons are vital for feeling alive."
Sounds like someone rationalizing why they don't live in SoCal. Spent most my life in the Northeast before moving to LA, seasons suck! Feeling alive is being able to go out and ride your bike, take a hike, go to the beach and see hot girls in bikini's playing volleyball, eat at an outdoor cafe, etc in January, not being stuck inside because it's too friggen cold while waiting for the damn season to end. And the Summer sucked too, humidity sucks!
I just had to move to the Bay Area, been here a week and already miss the SoCal weather