My daughter has an allergy that flares up when it's too hot, too cold, too dry, or too humid. I'm considering moving to a city that has a good climate all year around with minimal usage of mechanical heating or air-conditioning, both of which appear to worsen the condition. Hawaii is unfortunately out because I don't think we can find a job there. I'm considering San Diego or San Jose. Appreciate any other suggestions. Thanks...
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Which US city has the most pleasant year-round climate with very minimal use of heating in the winter and air-conditioning in the summer?