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Anyone live in Tennessee, North Georgia or North Carolina?

This is random and has nothing to do with lava, but my family and I are looking to relocate to the above area. I just wondered if anyone had any experience in these places or suggestions. We really want to move to the mountains and are looking for a somewhat mild climate. It's so hot in Oklahoma my lava lamps actually react weird during these summer months, even with air conditioning!

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Comment by thomas chambers on August 24, 2009 at 12:01am
You do get a fair bit of rain certain times of the year but i wouldnt say it rains here a awful lot. And it can get in to the 90-100s during the summer here but the humidity is the killer in the south. Imagine low 90s and 100% humidity. Can be kinda sticky but you get used to it.
Comment by Jennifer on August 20, 2009 at 7:11am
I currently live in Oklahoma City, we have 100 degree weather alot during the summer, so anything less than that is an improvement. Does it rain much in Chattanooga?
Comment by thomas chambers on August 19, 2009 at 6:56pm
Live in Chattanooga Tn myself can get warm here but with a good A/C going i havent noticed a problem with my lamps but you better get used to some wicked humidity cuz its comes with living here to be sure.
Comment by Jennifer on August 7, 2009 at 12:44pm
Thanks! Great info. We really want to live in the mountains to beat the heat so it's nice to know that the heat isn't as bad in SC. I've heard great things about Charlotte. Thanks again!
Comment by www.6-ft-under.com on August 7, 2009 at 3:55am
I live in Clover SC, a small town about 25 min. from Charlotte NC. I am originaly from WV....and I love it here! Weather is a little hot at times, but winter is very seldom cold. (I think that I wore a jacket 4 or 5 times last winter.) There seems to be more jobs here than most other places, but I suppose that depends on what you do for a living. Charlotte is one of the banking capitals of the US, so if you work in the financial field this would be a great place to consider. Traffic is a bear...but I'm a country girl...so if you are from the city it may not be that bad to you. (I also drive a 21 ft long car...so that may have something to do with it.)
I've spent a fair amount of time in GA and in my opinion the heat is too much. You break a sweat just walking out to get in your car...how nuts is that?
Anyhow, not sure if any of this helps you, but I will be glad to answer any ??? that you may have.
Comment by Jennifer on July 28, 2009 at 7:29am
I know, I live in Oklahoma. It's the same way. Ugh.
Comment by MattMJB0188 on July 27, 2009 at 12:01pm
LOL, nowhere can beat Chicago land's changing weather. Ya get the damn 4 seasons in ONE DAY!!!
Comment by Jennifer on July 26, 2009 at 11:12am
Thanks for the advice!
Comment by ☆VixenGypsy☆ on July 26, 2009 at 8:40am
I'm in Kentucky & the weather is always changing. A week ago we had 60 degree temps, today we're gonna hit 80's. Lots of green, creaks & rivers galore. The oly problem is with sinuses... the Ohio Valley is notorious for long term problems. Otherwise, I hear it's alot like N. Caorlina & Tennessee.
Comment by MattMJB0188 on July 25, 2009 at 11:37am
Been to Tennessee and let's just put it this way, you don't' want to live down south. N Carolina is nice but depends where you live. Honestly I would go to California, its so beautiful and you cant beat the weather. Just my 2 cents lol, Best of luck to you wherever you move to.


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