It’s cold out there — don’t you wish you were
If you live on the East Coast of the United States — and most folks reading this site do — then you’re probably thinking about the weather this weekend. Complaining about it, to be exact.
Yeah, it’s cold and snowy. And winter’s just getting started.
Since this blog is all about solutions, and since I’m kind of in the same predicament (there’s a freeze warning for Central Florida tonight) I thought I’d mention a few places that you might rather be.
Farther south, in Miami, the high will be 70 degrees tomorrow. That’s the good news. The bad news? The cold wave that’s forcing us to cover up all of our tropical plants tonight will hit South Florida on Tuesday, and the high will only be 64 degrees.
Don’t even try to outrun this cold. Driving south to
Key West will only make it colder (projected high for Tuesday: 61 degrees).
The place to be in the continental United States next week is Arizona.
Phoenix will get up to 79 degrees tomorrow, and remain in the 70s for the next 10 days. Southern California isn’t bad, either, although I’d head to Palm Springs, which has more or less the same forecast as Phoenix.
If you have a little extra time, you might want to head to
Hawaii. I’d fly to Hilo on the Big Island, where high temperatures will be in the low 80s — perfect weather.
But if cold weather is your thing — and as an avid skier, I’d be the first to acknowledge that there
is a place for it — then maybe you want to go the other way.
If you want snow, the place to be is
Northern California, which is getting hammered by it. (Check out the video on Northstar’s site if you don’t believe me.)
Of course, you could get outta Dodge and fly south of the equator, where it’s the middle of summer. It’ll be in the 90s in
Buenos Aires next week!
Where are you now? Where do
you wish you were? Comments are open.
(Photo: Paten Boy/Flickr Creative Commons)
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