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What are some mild-climate cities?

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U.S. News & World Report states the Californian cities of Los Angeles and Long Beach have warm winters and average summer highs in the low 80s Fahrenheit. While Florida cities Key West, Tampa and Apalachicola have average highs of 90 F during July, they have winters averaging in the 40s to 60s F. Atlanta has warm summers in the upper-80s F but has average winter lows in the mid-30s F.

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What are some mild-climate cities?
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Hawaiian cities Honolulu, Hilo, Kahului and Lihue have consistently pleasant temperatures. With a location near the Atlantic Ocean, Cape Hatteras, N.C., has an average low of almost 40 F and average high of 85 F. Astoria, Eugene and Salem are cities in Oregon with consistently pleasant temperatures. Charleston, S.C., also has a semitropical climate with hot summers. While Galveston, Texas, has hot summers, it has very mild winters to balance them. Washington cities Seattle and Quillayute also provide ideal destinations for those seeking mild climates. The Huffington Post notes that Florida cities Delray Beach, Miami, Sarasota and The Villages have ideal climates for those looking for warm-weather retirement cities. Tucson in Arizona, Santa Fe in New Mexico and Decatur in Alabama round out the list of warm-weather cities in the United States.

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