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Looking for a warmer place to live

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Currently I live in the Baltimore-Washington DC area and I am looking for an area with longer summers and shorter milder winters. I want to stay on the East Coast though for various reasons. I am looking for somewhere no farther north than Virginia, no farther south than Georgia, and no farther west than Mississippi. I am also looking for somewhere that has a lot of sunny days, and that is close to mountains. Atlanta or Charlotte come to mind. I would rather not live on the cost.
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