Summer is too hot, winter is too cold, how to ensure that the four seasons are like spring? In addition to going to Kunming to buy a house (fog), there is another way: keep moving.
American meteorologist Brian Brettschneider has designed two routes across North America (including/excluding Canada) that move on a date to ensure that the highest temperature is 21 degrees Celsius (70 degrees Fahrenheit) and cooler. (The data come from the annual average of the warmest days in these places from 1979 to 2010, which will fluctuate on any given day, of course.)
He also made a video of a place where the temperature averaged 21 degrees a year for every day of the year. Mark it with red dots. (See p3, big picture warning) We can see that the red dots in the eastern plains swarm upward and then all fall back. There are some 20 degree red dots in the western part of China that can be maintained for a long time. It is probably in Los Angeles, Santa Barbara, San Diego, as well as in Portland and Seattle along the Northwest coast, which shows that they are more suitable for human habitation…
But I personally prefer the climate and temperature of the Canary Islands, preferring to live there all year round. It doesn’t matter if it’s a little hot.