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Relocating Tips - Mild Weather, Good Schools, Low Cost of Living

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I'm new to the forum and not sure if this is the best avenue but at least a place to start. I appreciate any feedback one could give me. My family is looking to relocate someplace in the US that has mild winters and warm, dry summers. I have been dealing with a health issue for the past couple of decades and it's to a point that the cold Midwest winters have been very tough on my breathing. At the same time, high humidity creates a problem for me. Extreme heat also tends to drain me. We still have school age children so we are hoping to find a spot within the US with good school systems and a decent cost of living. Does such a place exist? Any tips would be appreciated. Thanks all.

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