U.S. States With the Worst Weather


The Top Ten

1 Oklahoma Oklahoma

Why do I still live here. Most tornados and earthquakes in the US. Run

I had a day where I walked outside in shorts because it was 70 degrees and there was unmelted snow from the previous day on the ground.

Literal tornadoes all the time. The temperature can range from below freezing in the morning to piping hot in the afternoon. We do not have winter wardrobes or summer wardrobes. We just have to check the temperature for the day.

"Where the wind [and rain and hail and tornadoes] come sweeping down the plains..."

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2 Iowa Iowa Iowa is a U.S. state in the Midwestern United States, bordered by the Mississippi River on the east and the Missouri River and the Big Sioux River on the west.

I do have to admit. The weather in Iowa is horrible, if you're a wimp. - JakePlaid

Tornadoes, blizzards, thunderstorms, hail etc; - cfb

It has been raining ALL week nonstop. The wind is very strong and makes it hot and humid. Also next week it's supposed to rain non stop to

Rainy cloudy spring

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3 Ohio Ohio Ohio is a state in the midwestern region of the United States. Ohio is the 34th largest by area, the 7th most populous, and the 10th most densely populated of the 50 United States.

Well in this case, this morning I was wearing 3 jackets and jeans. Tonight shorts and a hoodie. Tomorrow is gonna be 70 and sunny, Friday 65 and sunny, Saturday 60 and rain, Sunday 50 and thunderstorms, Monday 35 and snow.

I'm sad to be from the crap shot they call Ohio. Better pack plenty of antidepressants if you plan on living here for any length of time...don't even get me started on the weather or people there lol

It isn't an odd occasion to run the air conditioner and furnace in the same day. People in Ohio lose their minds when the sun comes out.

Gray, gray, gray

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4 Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania, officially the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, is a state located in the northern and Mid-Atlantic regions of the United States.

If you're an "indoor person" you'll love Western Pennsylvania.

There's no such thing as a truly nice day here. There's always something annoying going on. For example, if the temperature is reasonable, it will be overcast and raining on and off all day. If the humidity isn't set to "sauna", it's incredibly windy. If it isn't windy, the black flies and mosquitoes will eat you alive while you sweat to death in the stagnant, humid fart-smelling air. On the off chance it's actually sunny, it will also be either freezing cold or blazing hot. Winters, on the other hand, are just miserable, dark and cold with almost no snow on a regular basis. It's not uncommon at any point in the year to go a week or more without seeing the sun at all.

Hellishly humid summers that start in mid may and can last until early October. Then, 3 or so months of "nice" weather until January. Then January - April is just cold enough to keep you uncomfortable and shut up inside, pining for the springtime which barely will last a few weeks. The Philadelphia area has roughly 3 months of tolerable weather. It's truly the worst. I've lived in both Florida and New England.

I lived here for my entire childhood. I wish I could speak positively about Pennsylvania, but the climate is hard to beat for rain, snow, and the never-ending wind. Don't forget about the consistent days of overcast and threats of rain every time you step outside.

I agree, rainy damp and depressing. no wonder everyone drinks!

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5 Illinois Illinois Illinois is a state in the midwestern region of the United States. It is the 5th most populous state and 25th largest state in terms of land area, and is often noted as a microcosm of the entire country.

Two days ago it snowed a few inches and the day after it was 77 degrees and sunny. It gets extremely cold in the winters and unbearably hot and humid in the summers. Spring and fall is all rain and thunderstorms, some severe. My area gets an average of about 5 tornado warnings a year. 0/10, would move again.

Hot and incredibly humid in the summer, and the winters are full of ice storms.

In my second grade Halloween in school, we were at recess AND IT WAS SNOWING!

5 months of dry cold winter 5 months or hot unbearable humid summer 1 month spring 1 month of fall.

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6 Alaska Alaska Alaska is a U.S. state situated in the northwest extremity of the Americas. The Canadian administrative divisions of British Columbia and Yukon border the state to the east; it has a maritime border with Russia to the west across the Bering Strait.

Great weather for polar bears. For people, not so much.

Don't go outside with wet hair, that's all I have to say

How is this not number 1?

Don’t even get me started on the earthquakes!

7 New Jersey New Jersey New Jersey is a state in the northeastern and mid-Atlantic regions of the United States. It is bordered on the north and east by New York, on the southeast and south by the Atlantic Ocean, on the west by Pennsylvania, and on the southwest by Delaware.

In winter it doesn't snow too too often, but one time we had 17 snowstorms. No matter what during winter it will be a good thing to see 30 degrees Fahrenheit. In winter it is always windy, so it makes it feel like 10 degrees. In summers it can get up to 90 degrees and with moderate humidity, so it doesn't feel too great. There is always humidity in summer and a lot of wind in winter. When it rains it rains forever. Sometimes it rains with the sun out. And sometimes down the shore we can get tornado warnings, or at least that has happened two years in a row.

Winters are long, dark, icy, and freezing. Random blasts of arctic air are frequent. Summers are disgustingly humid and hot - walk one block and you'll be drenched in sweat. There is only about 1 week of Fall and Spring per year on average. It rains every Monday. Weather is very inconsistent - it might be 40 degrees and chilly one day and 70 degrees and sunny the next. When there's no sun, the sky and clouds are always gray and depressing - avoid this state at all costs!

8 Kansas Kansas Kansas is a U.S. state located in the Midwestern United States. It is named after the Kansa Native American tribe, which inhabited the area.

Hot humid summers, freezing cold winters. Rains all spring. Better like the indoors here! (In the basement due to tornadoes! )

Back in 2009 it snowed 3 feet in late March. The next day it was in the 70s. A couple days later the snow was completely melted.

Must love weather to live here

One day it’s freezing and the next I’m dying of a heat stroke. Not to mention the wind, if you have anything in your backyard you better nail it to the ground!

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9 Texas Texas Texas is a state in the USA. It is the second largest by area and population. Its largest city is Houston.

Months of heat in the summer where it's near or above 100 degrees, and it doesn't cool off at night. Wind most of the year that makes it uncomfortable to take walks. Surprisingly cold and windy in the winter, but no snow, just grey. Often there's no real spring or fall. Tornadoes, mosquitoes, and fire ants don't help either. I can't stand still in my yard without getting swarmed by fire-ants. I've lived on both coasts at various latitudes, and I've lived in the southwest. Texas has the worst weather by far. There's ALWAYS a reason that you can't go outside.

Houston Texas is way over populated with illegals from Mexico and South America. Murders everyday. Hurricanes every year. Flooding all over Houston. 4 feet of water in your house. Apartments are $1000 to $2500 per month or you live with illegals. Houston is the RAT HOLE of Texas.

SICK OF THE LONG hot summers and constant humid winds, it's just miserable. Like the devil's bad breath. Even in Jan! Land isn't land, it's just flat clay. No clear streams, no mountains, just endless miles of people and the same stupid corporate logos.

At least it keeps liberals away from this beautiful state

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10 Missouri Missouri Missouri is a state located in the Midwestern United States. It is the 21st most extensive, and the 18th most populous of the fifty states.

TLDR: about 1 in 10 days is reasonably nice. (I'm defining that as highs from 65-85 with little to no rain... (and the 80-85 days lacking severe humidity)) The other 90% of the time is miserable.

Autumn is generally fairly nice. It is followed by winters which are surprisingly cold for such a hot region (highs in the 20s and teens for weeks at a time, ice storms that knock out power to tens of thousands, etc.)

Spring is generally mid April, and lasts 1-2 weeks of nonstop severe thunderstorms, and is followed by summer.

Summer is long, hot ( most days are over 90f, generally 95-100), and very very humid. Thunderstorms are common in summer and only serve to make it more humid and give people more migraines.

Fun weather facts: Missouri gets tornadoes, earthquakes, major flooding, droughts, golfball sized hail, severe thunderstorms (1-2 a month on average), and hurricanes ( they sometimes travel up the Mississippi river to hit us. They're usually more of a mild ...more

Having lived in eastern Missouri all of my life I can agree 100% to this. The climate here is challenging, dismal, and not fit for humans. The humidity is atrocious most of the year even when it hasn't rained for two weeks and then there is the heat. Why does it get so hot in the summer? Actually much of the Midwest is like this. My good friend from Puerto Rico thought he left hurricanes when he moved to St. Louis over 25 years ago. Nope. They still reach up this far north if they hit the Gulf hard enough. Most if not all humans should leave the state and leave it to wildlife which doesn't seem to have a problem with it. We never seem to have a normal spring which can differ by as much as 4-6 weeks year to year. I guess this is the downside to living in the middle of a huge continent.

Joplin Tornado. enough said - bobbythebrony

I’m in eastern MO and laughing my rump off at some of these posts because they’re so true.

I’ve lived in Manitoba (colder) and south Texas (hotter), but they have their nice seasons. Missouri doesn’t. We get about two nice weeks in the spring and two nice weeks in the fall.

The rest of it ain’t worth a @#$&.

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The Contenders

11 Indiana Indiana

We have fake spring and fall. The seasons doesn't start normal it takes a while to get spring weather and when summer comes around it is so hot and sometimes we don't get rain for a while.

The humidity in southern Indiana gets to dangerous levels, it is absolutely miserable to even walk to your mailbox, hazardous to seniors and outdoor workers.

We have tornadoes, blizzards, floods, heat waves, and polar vortexes. It is freezing in the winter and hot and humid in the summer.

Weather can never stay warm for more than a couple days. It’s spring right now, and a couple days ago it was 70 degrees and now it’s 38!

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12 Colorado Colorado Colorado is a state in the United States encompassing most of the Southern Rocky Mountains as well as the northeastern portion of the Colorado Plateau and the western edge of the Great Plains.

I used to go to college in Durango. September definitely is the most beautiful month. I do not think the summer heat is that bad there and it is a dry heat but then again I was born in the Phoenix area. It is rarely over 100 in most parts of Colorado. The snow and the cold are pretty bad and also parts of Colorado can get quite windy. I think the temperature range is the worst part. The high can be 75 and the low can be 40. The winters are beautiful but the price of that beauty is shoveling snow, slippery roads, defrosting cars, etc.

Flat out cold, snowy, and a biting wind from Late October through the middle of May, can be quite warm with mid-high 90s in the Summer, basically there are two actually pleasant months: September, and October.

I have seen it Sunny, Rainy, and Snowy all in one day. Y'all shouldn't come here, it sucks!

13 Wisconsin Wisconsin Wisconsin is a U.S. state located in the north-central United States, in the Midwest and Great Lakes regions.

I lived in south eastern Wisconsin my whole life. Considering visiting other midwest states, we have bearable weather. Winter usually ends late March/April. We have great summer weather and fall. Winter is iffy. Sometimes its unbearably cold, and other times it's just fine. We don't have any tornados, or 12 inch snow. We do have flooding when there's excessive rain. Other than that, great.

Some years it won't snow till past Christmas and other years it snows before Halloween. Summer in Wisconsin is pleasant but the winters are unbearably cold. One year in south eastern Wisconsin we had 2 and a half solid weeks of temperatures below -30. WICKED COLD!

Worst weather in the nation by far. 40 degrees below normal AGAIN for the entire week. Mid April and we haven't even reached "normal" temps yet. Rain/snow in May and then right into 90's with maxed out humidity.

TO MUCH SNOW. period

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14 New York New York

New York gets pretty bad weather. I mean a few days ago we just had our first winter storm down in the finger lakes and Southwestern part of the state. it just depends on where you live in the state. In valleys it would be worse since cold air falls and warmer air rises, so it would make sense, but it also depends on your geographical region in the state.

Only the lower part of NYS is somewhat nice in terms of weather. You go to the upper part, and you won't see the sun for months while the sky literally dumps up to 200 inches of snow on top of you. You'll be sick of the blistering on your hands after waking up at 4 AM every morning to shovel all of that.

Upstate is terrible in the winter

Worst state ever!

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15 Massachusetts Massachusetts Massachusetts, officially the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, is the most populous state in the New England part of the northeastern region of the United States.

One day 75, the next day 55. Short summer, long winter, no spring. Need more cold weather clothing than summer stuff. Fall is overrated; a few nice days but mostly gray, rainy and rapidly losing daylight. Daylight saving time is terrible! There can be no snow through February then all hell breaks loose until May. April disappoints ("the cruelest month"). July is the best month in my opinion, when there is early and late light for a few brief weeks and the temps are actually summery. If it weren't for the cultural attractions and friends, I'd be out of here.

Always sunny, Always dry, and it never and I mean it NEVER rains here! Also, if you are not familiar with New England weather, that's when it can be like 70 degrees one day and than the next day it's like 10 degrees. That's Massachusetts for you! And to top that off, It snows at the worst times! In my opinion I think we have the worst weather in the country.

I love when people talk about how much they love the '4 seasons'. Haha! Unfortunately that climate doesn't exist anymore, it's primarily 1 season... winter. Winter is 8 months long, Sep - May. Spring and fall also don't exist anymore just a couple depressing weeks of rain and/or cold. Good news is there is a summer for maybe a couple of months but you'll miss it if you have to work like most people since it only exist Monday - Friday. Rest assured it will be raining or cloudy Saturday/ Sunday.

Certainly the most miserable state is Massachusetts!

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16 Nebraska Nebraska Nebraska is a state that lies in both the Great Plains and the Midwestern United States. Its state capital is Lincoln.

There are some states with colder winters and some with hotter summers than Nebraska gets, but I've never been to a state that gets unbearably miserable heat and bitter cold like NE. The summers are humid and can hover in the mid to upper 90s (and a few years ago there were days and days in the 100s), and the winters are usually within 20 degrees above or below 0 (-16 in my hometown the other night! ) with bitter wind. Oh, and also the tornadoes.

Nebraska has the most Bi Polar weather in the WORLD. No joke it was gray and overcast for 10 minutes with a heavy rainfall. After that 10 minutes it looked like the sky hadn't been cloudy for a week. Nothing but straight sunshine.

Blistering hot one day, then the next day you have to wear a coat. Tornado Valley, floods, dry spells, snow, ice...we have it all!

We have been getting super bad storms for the past three years including 3 tornadoes one in each of those years

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17 Maryland Maryland Maryland is a state located in the Mid-Atlantic region of the United States, bordering Virginia, West Virginia, and Washington, D.C.

Way too hot and humid in the summer, cold but not cold enough for it to snow in winter and the spring is either damp and cold, way too humid or raining. At least in the fall the weather is fine.

I really despise having weather here. The rain just rains too much in the summer and it never stops. - DumbFriesNub

Humid summers & frigid winters

The differences in the seasons is way too much. First thing, it’s the summer and it’s humid and you’re thinking “I wish it was cooler” and then the winter is brisk and terrible, and all you can think is “oh man if only it was hot outside” and you can never get used to one climate like you can in Florida - Gynidz

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18 Washington Washington Washington is a state in the Pacific Northwest region of the United States located north of Oregon, west of Idaho, and south of the Canadian province of British Columbia on the coast of the Pacific Ocean. It is the only state named after a president.

I grew up in Seattle and am used to it, but this winter it was as if a grey blanket was draped over us for 8 7 months straight. It drizzles or rains almost every day. It's depressing. The summers are PERFECT, though.

Depression central. Going to move out!

Rain for 8 months straight. During the winter months, the sun doesn't come up until 9am. Even then, it's usually too cloudy to see the sun. Sunset is at 4pm for months at a time. Everything is always just cold and damp. All. The. Time.

Definitely bad and right now it’s summer but it’s pouring so hard

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19 Minnesota Minnesota Minnesota is a state in the Midwestern United States. Minnesota was admitted as the 32nd state on May 11, 1858, created from the eastern half of the Minnesota Territory.

How the hell can this state be 24th worst, obviously no one that's voting has lived here... this place sucks number 1

It can be -37 with a -40 wind chill but can also go up to 110. I have been in 3 tornados and I am 16. It snows in October and May. It also gets to a point where it is to cold to snow. The summers are hot and sticky. Why the hell is this not up higher

Did you know that we get snow in October and April, there was just a huge snowstorm in April

Bruh I live here! My friend in Cali got fake snow when it snows every 6am I get up for school. Most bipolar state, it's finna be hella hot in the summer... but colder than ice in winter?

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20 Michigan Michigan

Grey, oppressive skies for 6 months (save for those 4 days in the winter when the sun shines, and you can count on sub zero temps at night on those occasions). Snowfall is quite heavy in winter, coupled with occasional warm ups that will test your ice skating skills everywhere. There is almost no Spring to speak of, snowstorms in April followed by Mosquito and road construction seasons. For a state bordering Canada, it can be very humid in the Summer. Windy and rainy falls give way to persistent snow after Halloween (if not before).

I hate living in Michigan and can't wait to move. It's either too hot, too cold, snowing, raining, humid, or windy. Not to mention full of liberals. The state and local governments of any major city are strong on affirmative action and it shows in the culture and attitude of it's employees.

It's nice 3 months out of the year. It gets nice in February for a week and you feel like it's spring and then you get 4 inches of snow. The weather is more unpredictable than Florida.

Winters in Michigan are the worst! It lasts from October to April, and it is always cold, always wet, and always grey during that time. Spring and fall are so short that they are barely even seasons! Fall is usually during a week or two in mid-October, and spring is usually during the last week of April and the first week of May. Summers are usually beautiful and pleasant, and they last from May to October, but because it is humid, when there is a heat wave and it gets up to 95 degrees, it feels like you’re getting burned alive!

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21 Florida Florida

I'm stuck here near the Gulf of Mexico. Summer is absolutely miserable with no temp change except when it rains. When it rains, the temperature drops into the mid 80's, and after the intense lightning storm every afternoon, the humidity spike back up even higher. The humidity is so constant, you feel unproductive. You can sit outside, doing nothing and within a minute or two you are sweating like a pig. No wonder AC was invented here. There are almost no seasons with central Florida going into the 60's during winter. Florida is nothing but heat and humidity.

I totally disagree. I love living in Florida. I love the warm weather. I hate being cold and would never want to live where it snows. We do get a lot of afternoon showers in the summer, but it's a gorgeous state to live in. I am always outdoors. There are many parks, the beaches, theme parks, etc. I just love it here!

I moved from Florida up north to escape the heat. There are no seasons - unless you count hurricane season - then expect to get with tornadoes and downpours almost daily. The humidity makes you feel like you are breathing in a wet towel.

Why is Florida this low It feels Like death when you walk outside and we only get one season; Summer - BreakFastBeast2005

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22 Arizona Arizona Arizona is a U.S. state in the southwestern region of the United States. It is also part of the Western and the Mountain states.

Its like living somewhere where the sun literally wants you dead. You go inside in April and can come back out in October

I live in Arizona and it feels like I'm being burned whenever I go outside.

Why is this 13 should be at least number five - bjinmaro64

You want to live somewhere, where you can't leave the house and be active outside until well after dark, from May to mid-Oct, then AZ is for you. In July-Late September when you take a deep breath during the day, you feel like you are burning your lungs. After 11pm when you go for a walk or a jog, it may still be 110 degrees, but the sun isn't beating down on you. Daily lows during the summer are seen 4:30a to 5:45a, you play golf or tennis, then.

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23 Alabama Alabama Alabama is a state located in the southeastern region of the United States. It is bordered by Tennessee to the north, Georgia to the east, Florida and the Gulf of Mexico to the south, and Mississippi to the west.

This should be in the top five. We have had some of the worst tornadoes in US history and we can have bad hurricanes.

Summer = too hot. Every day. Even if it rains, no exceptions. Rated one of the hottest in the nation. Also, in the spring and the fall, you can expect that sometimes it'll be in the 60s or 70s one day and in the 30s the next. That happens every year, multiple times.

Alabama has some of the worst weather in the country!

Yes number 2 -8 at least

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24 Georgia Georgia Georgia is a state located in the southeastern United States. It was established in 1732, the last of the original Thirteen Colonies.

Where do I begin? I've lived here my entire life and I have to say it's Purgatory. The weather (especially in Fall, Winter and Spring) can range from 0 degrees to 95 degrees (especially in the Northeast Mountains). The Summer heat is sweltering with little to no wind. Humidity is insane. Monsoon season usually sets in around April 1st and continues until Oct 22nd. When it's cold here, your bones actually ache due to the humidity in the air. I've been outside in short sleeves... with snow on the ground. This is just the northeastern part. Don't get me started on Atlanta.

One night it was hot as hell and the next day felt like we were already in winter. That was at the beginning of fall

Flash floods, never just light rain

25 West Virginia West Virginia

I have lived in wv my whole life and honestly the weather isn’t horrible. It can get cold in the winter and very icy, but it hasn’t snowed a lot in about 4 years. It’s very rainy in may-August, and it’s about 75-95 in the summer

26 Maine Maine

Not bad in the summer, winters are awful. It gets to 10 or 20 below zero severaltimes per year and its nothing but heavy wet snow for most of the year. Good Ice Fishing And Snowmobiling, but if you want summer, maine is not the place for you as it rarely gets over 80 degrees even in july

A total of 6 to 8 weeks of nice weather a year... maybe

8 month of winter the other 4 mouth of poor sledding enough with the snow

6-8 weeks of nice weather all year long, and only about 30 of those days are sunny. The rest of the year is cold, gray, and miserable. Truly some of the worst winters in the country. All-in-all, a depressing place to live.

27 Louisiana Louisiana

The humidity is horrible! No snow, tons of floods, and just overall bad weather

It could've been #1 in 2005 due to Hurricane Katrina

Hurricanes, floods, inconsistent weather.

Floods tornadoes and hurricanes b

28 North Carolina North Carolina North Carolina is a state in the southeastern region of the United States. The state borders South Carolina and Georgia to the south, Tennessee to the west, Virginia to the north, and the Atlantic Ocean to the east.

Very warm summers but does not get above 85 often. expect extremely humid morning and nights from June thru September as there are severe thunderstorms almost every nights. From December thru April it does not get above 40 often but expect two or three heat blasts with highs in the 60s and 70s Followed by a week of highs in the teens with wind chill some in the negatives. Light Snow Weekly with a significant Snow storm every few weeks. Although it does not snow like in the north our winters can be very dangerous because of our notorious ice storms every other week and Especislly in November- April where it rains during the day but the drops into the 20s at nights wich leaves a lot of black ice

How the hell can this state be #36? This state sucks. It's always either way too cold or way to hot, and we get snow in April. Spring doesn't even exist down here!

Three words: rain, rain and rain. Maybe it rains more other places? If so then they are sad places to live indeed.

29 Wyoming Wyoming Wyoming is a state in the mountain region of the Western United States. The state is the tenth largest by area, but the least populous and the second least densely populated of the 50 United States.

Funny how a lot of people visit but no one ever stays

Windy all the time never a moment of peace

30 Vermont Vermont

When you finally come out of your cave winter house in May or early June, it's time to sweat because almost no one has central air in their houses. Summer happiness is over by October when Winter returns.

Bernie sanders doesn't mind the winters

WORST foul weather anywhere in the U.S. Still has snow in late May. When you are stuck in a gully between two mountains, the sun sets at 2:30. If you are unfortunate enough to be a work-a-day joe, driving to work on icy roads in the morning are dangerous. Road crews are slow when it dumps 12ft. of snow overnight. People are unhappy and smug. So damn happy we moved.

31 New Hampshire New Hampshire

Its too dry. It NEVER rains here and I mean never. we always get snow storms though, which is very annoying. its always freezing here it never gets above 40 during the winter time. and during the summer its always really hot and sunny.

32 South Carolina South Carolina South Carolina is a state in the southeastern region of the United States. The state is bordered to the north by North Carolina, to the south and west by Georgia across the Savannah River, and to the east by the Atlantic Ocean.

Rains like crazy during summer

33 North Dakota North Dakota North Dakota is the 39th state of the United States, having been admitted to the union on November 2, 1889.

Five months with an average high under 40, seven months with an average high under 60. Average low of 6, 0, 6 from December to February. Flat state with terrible winds. Cold! Cold! Cold!

In April you have either tornadoes, snowstorms, or catastrophic flooding. Windchill often gets below -50 in the winter and Fargo is known for having some of the highest heat indexes in the nation. It's a no-brainer why people in this state drink so much.

Actually, weather in North Dakota is windier and colder than South Dakota in the winter...

34 Nevada Nevada Nevada is a state in the Western, Mountain West, and Southwestern regions of the United States of America.

It rained when I went to Vegas in 2015. I honestly was not expecting that. I really enjoyed it. It gave me a break from the heat.

Love Nevada but the wind storms in the spring suck

Where's the rainfall. it receives the lowest average rainfall

35 Hawaii Hawaii Hawaii is the 50th and most recent state of the United States of America, receiving statehood on August 21, 1959.

Hawaii has this painful type of heat:Moisture heat. When Hawaii gets "hot", it feels like you're getting burnt alive due to the moisture in Hawaii's atmosphere and such. It isn't summer yet in HNL, but my body's always sweating already.

36 Kentucky Kentucky Kentucky, officially the Commonwealth of Kentucky, is a state located in the east south-central region of the United States.

Spring and fall last about 2 weeks. Western side of the state anyways. Heat index as high as 115 and wind chill below zero. It also rains 50 inches per year.

Kentucky has always changing weather! Some days, you think you'll die of heat stroke, and the next day, it freezes your butt off!

37 South Dakota South Dakota

In South Dakota the winters are either -20 or 45. in the spring is when we get tons of snow.in the summer we get strong thunder storm heavy hail like golf ball high dry heat. in the fall during the day it is 80 at night it get to 45.

Everyone's commenting about (Rain/Hot/Tornadoes/Blizzards/Etc)...I live in a valley in NE South Dakota and the temperature can differ drastically in the winter...Last february we had a 1 week period where wind chills were near -20 then the heat suddenly blasted up to nearly 80...You want severe weather come to SD we get everything every other state gets (besides hurricanes)...

38 Mississippi Mississippi

Armpit of the nation. Hot and humid as hell all the time. No one wants to be there.

It is so rainy there

I live on the Tennessee River in Northeast MS. Summers are long & hot, perfect for lake life, but very humid. Fall & winter are typically very mild, but winter temperatures can feel colder than they actually are due to rain. I prefer warm weather, so if I didn’t live here I’d want to be on a beach somewhere!

39 Oregon Oregon Oregon is a state in the Pacific Northwest region of the United States. Oregon is bordered on the west by the Pacific Ocean, on the north by Washington, on the south by California, on the east by Idaho, and on the southeast by Nevada.

Here in the Willamette Valley there is a lot of gray skies and lots of rain. We do have nice springs turning to summer (finally! ) after July 4th. If we are lucky summer lasts until mid October but sometimes it ends early. Falls are beautiful sometimes warm and balmy sometimes cold and colorful. Back to winters, wet, windy and gray, very, very gray. Eastern Oregon is a whole different story. Even in winter they have clear blue skies (it's very cold though).

State of doom and gloom. Mostly rain for 9 months. Barely a summer 2 months if your lucky. Forget Autumn, gone in a blink of a eye. Beautiful but the weather here is depressing. Explains the suicide rates.

This place does have a lot of rain but it has normal weather too - bjinmaro64

People kill themselves because it's so depressing. Move out now!

40 Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee is a state located in the southeastern United States. Tennessee is the 36th largest and the 17th most populous of the 50 United States.

Very hot and wet in the summer and tornados and thunderstorms most of the spring and summer - qwhx

Hot and rainy springs and summers and sometimes really cold winters.

41 Virginia Virginia Virginia, officially the Commonwealth of Virginia, is a state located in the South Atlantic region of the United States.

Virginia Weather is bipolar. One day it's 90 degrees and sunny the next it's 40 degrees and raining. Seriously it makes your sinuses go crazy.

Like Maryland, but hotter and more humid. In northern Virginia it’s snow in the winter, and come summer 90+ average with very high humidity. Unpredictable as well.

42 Arkansas Arkansas Arkansas is a state located in the Southeastern region of the United States. Its name is of Siouan derivation, denoting the Quapaw Indians.

Moved here to Little Rock from Houston. Quite a bit cooler overall, but temp is not bad. Tornado warnings and watches are beyond my counting capabilities. I have lived in Florida, Texas my whole lives and never considered a tornado shelter, but now have 2 one for house and one for work. I am sure there are worse tornado states ( Oklahoma, Kansas) but if coming to this area beware a tornado alert is as common as the beauty of the Natural State.

43 Rhode Island Rhode Island Rhode Island, officially the State of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations, is a state in the New England region of the United States.

so true

44 Montana Montana Montana is a state in the Western region of the United States. The state's name is derived from the Spanish word montaña.
45 Delaware Delaware Delaware is one of the Mid-Atlantic states located in the Northeast megalopolis region of the United States.

Long, cold, wet and snowy Winters. Humid, grey and never-ending rain in the Spring. Summer days have high temperatures amplified by the humidity; sever thunderstorms and flash floods add to the misery. Autumn days are the most bearable; with mainly mild temperatures, but the humidity and rain showers overshadow the fall pleasantries.

46 California California

Have been to Cali several times. Wonderful place for weather. Now, they do get what's referred to as "June gloom", but hey, I'd rather live in Cali, than anywhere else! I don't have time to check out the rest of our planet. I'll just go where I know has the best weather.

Best weather in the country, warm and dry and no bugs

Southern California has the best weather in the United States. No humidity. The Pacific ocean is like a giant water cooler. Winters are mild with no snow however if you want snow we have the mountains. You can go to the mountains and the beach in one day.
I've been to Kansas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Missouri, New York, Florida, Italy, France, Austria, Belguim, Russia, Romania, Scotland and more and California has the best weather. Try San Diego, California.

I live in San Francisco and it can go from 51 degrees and raining to 87 degrees and sunny in a matter of
Seconds. Summers are mild and
Pleasant and winters are absolutely horrible. It’s either windy and 48 degrees or 35 degrees and hail.

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