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It may be hard to find a place where you are totally satisfied with the climate. However, you can choose from a variety of climates that best fit your health and personal needs and desires. Whether you like the four seasons each year or constant temperatures throughout the year, there are plenty of geographic locations. You can receive information about the climate history of any region in the United States by looking into these resources:

Think about the tendency of disasters that may occur in the area in which you want to retire. Whether it’s hurricanes, tornadoes, earthquakes, flooding, large mass water surges or Tsunamis, severe draught, out of control forest fires, severe winter storms, volcanoes, and so forth, you need to keep this in mind when selecting a geographic location for retirement. No one place will be without some potential natural disaster risk, but you need to be realistic of the probability.