Which States Are Warm All Year?

While all states experience some sort of fluctuation in weather, the southernmost states such as Florida, Texas, Louisiana, Hawaii and Georgia all tend to have warm weather throughout the entire year. The states that are closest to the equator are the states that historically stay warmest throughout winter.

Based on state-wide average temperatures, the hottest state in the United States is Florida. While the northern states regularly experience cold winters and have large differences in temperature from season to season, the southern central and southeastern states have less variety in temperature and are more likely to stay warm throughout the entire year.