Living in various parts of the country can have varying outcomes for how much you spend on energy consumption; I’ve lived in several weird parts of the nation and experienced the weird types of temperatures they have. While the northern section of the nation has genuinely awful Wintertimes, the Southern parts have overwhelming summertimes. But out West, the other seasons seem to take the backseat to the more comfortable temperatures. The temperature in CA is similar to a never-ending Springtime. It’s a state of consistently warm weather, nice breezes, and sunshine. If I had to choose which section of the country I wanted to live, I’m not sure I would be able to make a decision. Florida’s weather is filled with humidity, so there is more usage of heating and and air conditioning equipment. The temperature in Florida during the Springtime and summertime months have temperatures varying between 73 degrees to 95 degrees or more. Having cooling air circulating through my beach house is essential, and running my A/C unit extensively throughout the Springtime and summertime months impacts my energy bill greatly. Sometimes setting my thermostat at 73 during these months is not very helpful when trying to combat the heat. The Wintertime months provide me with a reduction of usage for my AC unit. Then during the cold months I’m able to dress more warmly to combat the cold. But living in the North during the Wintertime has a critical impact on energy waste. The thermostat stays set at a cozy 73 degrees because the weather outside is a frigid 15 degrees below zero, with two feet of snow to accompany it.