A difficult one for me, as I don't see North America as having any "true" oceanic climates.
Would probably forgo any attempt to achieve regular rainfall and moderate temperatures, and instead just choose somewhere in Soutern California, where one can grow an orange, and go for an afternoon ski.
Post by Adaminaby Angler on Jul 28, 2020 22:33:37 GMT -5
Orofino, Idaho; an A+ climate!
"Below 40 degrees South, there is no Law; Below 50 degrees South, there is no Rescue; Below 60 degrees South, there is no Hope; Below 70 degrees South, there is no God." — Mariner's adage, 'Round Cape Horn.
"Perhaps some day in the dim future it will be possible to advance the computations faster than the weather advances and at a cost less than the saving to mankind due to the information gained. But that is a dream." -Lewis Fry Richardson in 1922
I'm late to the game, I was too lazy until now. But anyway, there is nothing perfect, but there are lots of good climates in the western US, like the Desert Southwest, the Central/San Joaquin Valleys, or the Inland Empire of California.
Bakersfield, Sacramento, Redding, San Bernardino, and Fresno are all excellent climates.
Most climates in the US Southeast are decent as well.