#2ms.uAnswered at 2013-03-15 22:52:28
Michigan! I live there and have lived there all my life . You get beautiful summers and plenty of lakes to cool off . Winters are cold and definitely get a lot of snow . Your boyfriend loves the summer in Michigan . Many lakes and boating, and temperatures often reach 95 in July. We have about 4.5 months full of warm weather . Winter can be quite cold and we have a lot of snow , so I'd love to ! You get all four seasons in Michigan really is wonderful ! :) Hurricanes never occur in Michigan . Tornadoes are not likely , but not unknown . I live in southeastern Michigan, and I would say it is probably a common area for tornadoes , but even in that there is nothing . I have 19 years and we have had all my life and even affect my neighborhood . It was only a Category 1 or so , not bad at all. Ohio , Indiana , Wisconsin and other Midwestern states will give you a very similar climate , but tornadoes are more likely in Illinois , Indiana , Ohio and South. Michigan is not really in the Tornado Alley .
Hope this helps ! Good luck :)
#4hheellppAnswered at 2013-12-30 17:09:33
The Midwest has hot, humid summers and cold, snowy winters. The Northeast does too.
I'd say the DC area probably has the most evened out (that VA earthquake is not common.. and hurricanes are usually more South). Maybe Denver?