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Moving to a new state

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Hello, I am new to this forum. I currently live in CT. This state has become too expensive for me to live in. I also am all set with the cold and snow. I am looking for somewhere to move down south. I would like to know which state you guys would recommend for a Northerner to move into. I am looking for somewhere warm with no tornadoes or flooding (or at least not known for them). Once I can get my family to agree on one state I will start the job hunt in that state before making the move since it would be foolish to not have a job lined up before leaving here. I am just looking for thoughts, opinions, feedback. Thank you! :)

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