|Everyone thinks where they live is best and that is what it is. I lived in CA, and wouldn't go back the way it is today. Unless CA can get the water levels up and turn The land green once again, air quality under control, it's not the same as it used to be. The smoke from your fires is even affecting the upper east coast, that's pretty bad and your groundwater levels are almost gone. I am not sure what you guys are going to do when that is tapped out.|
http://www.cbsnews.com/news/drought-in-californa-nasa-images-show-effects/ Nasa Satellite imagery of your mega droughts and recrd temps.
FL by no means is perfect. I'd deal with 90% humidity over scorching flames and draught though. We all have AC here so it doesn't matter much and the AC's pull out the moisture. You acclimate to it outside, just like you guys acclimate to being dry. We crack below 50% humidity! Static hair, chapped lips, dry feet... lol
We want people to visit and spend their money but quit moving here. Our roads and the planning of the communities just cannot handle it. 5 years ago people were living in the suburbs and now you are saturated with housing communities all around you and poor planning for roads. Those developments are pricier than ever Mid $300K and not everyone can afford that on FL wages.. I feel bad for the wildlife, it's all turning in a concrete jungle for them.
The bottom line is every place has something, and people simply just cannot leave where they are settled and have to make it work. It's going to be a scary future for all of us.