1. Los Angeles, CA
The weather: It's a fact: Lost Angeles has the most "pleasant" weather in the entire country. Warm temps, next to no rain, and a population of people who totally take it for granted.
Perfect for: Hitting the beach, grabbing a green juice, and getting an agent.
2. Honolulu, HI
The weather: Sure, it can be a little balmy, but this is actual paradise. And the trade winds have a pretty ideal cooling effect.
Perfect for: Humpbacks, volcanoes, and surfing, dude.
3. Galveston, TX
The weather: 90 degrees might be a little hot for August, but... 60 degrees in January? We think that's a fair trade. Storms happen. But then, so do tree sculptures.
Perfect for: A little horseback riding, a little golf, and a little...tree sculpting?
4. Kill Devil Hills, NC
The weather: Temperatures here are notorious for avoiding extremes, and even in the winter it remains supremely bearable.
Perfect for: Killin' devils! Oh, and parking yourself on the majestic shores of the Outer Banks and never, ever leaving.
5. Durango, CO
The weather: A skier's literal dream come true in the winter, and a magical wonderland for outdoor adventurers in the summer.
Perfect for: Skiing, hiking, looking around and saying to yourself "Gosh, I am so lucky to be here right now."
6. Key West, FL
The weather: One of the driest, sunniest spots in Florida, with warm winters that are hard to beat.
Perfect for: Retiring, no matter what your age.
7. Wilmington, DE
8. Athens, GA
9. San Francisco, CA
The weather: Just a little nippier than Los Angeles, but still as mild-mannered as that date you brought to dinner once, whom your mother loved, but in whom you saw no real future.
Perfect for: Steeping yourself in the history of the Castro, ogling the Painted Ladies, and feeling like a West Coast Sherlock in the fog of it all.
10. Baton Rouge, LA
The weather: Alright, this is probably the wettest city on the list. But with winter temperatures averaging around 60 degrees, this place is pretty darn pleasant.
Perfect for: Exploring Atchafalaya Basin. Gesundheit.