With the temperatures in most of the country still relatively cool, it’s easy to wish for warmer, sunnier weather to come faster. This is especially true if you’re retiring soon. If you’re approaching retirement and you’re looking for a place to retire that are a little warmer, these are the places for you. If you want sun 90% of the year, the city for you is Yuma, Arizona. Yuma is the sunniest place in the United States. According to the National Climatic Data Center, while it does have sunny weather 90% of the year, it also is the least humid and has the least amount of rainy days in other city in the U.S.
However, if you don’t think you can quite handle the warm sun for that long, Redding, California falls just under Yuma with about 88% of the days of the year are sunny. The seasons in Redding are absolutely beautiful and you get to enjoy them with mostly sunny days during the year. If you want sunny days, but want milder temperatures, Flagstaff, Arizona has about 3 days a year that are above 90 degrees, on average. According to some residents, the air is very clean and the mild temperatures are a definite selling point. While it does snow during the winter in Flagstaff, the sun usually melts any snow quickly.
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