Â Quality of Life Encinitas, CA vs. Lahaina, HA
|CLIMATEÂ ||Lahaina||Encinitas||United States|
|Avg. July High||87||88||86.5|
|Avg. Jan. Low||63.3||37.7||20.5|
|Comfort Index (higher=better)||53||46||44|
Nine Good Reasons To Live In Encinitas, CAÂ vs.Lahaina, Ha
My lovely bride of 35 years, Janis and I, Â spent 10 beautiful days in Lahaina this past December. When we left Encinitas it wasÂ 69fÂ with 2 to 4 foot nicely shaped wavesÂ and when we arrived in Hawaii it wasÂ 8OfÂ and prettyÂ FLAT!Â Â Not to mention very crowded.
According toÂ http://weather.org/weatherorg_records_and_averages.htmÂ On December 11, the day we departed HA, for San Diego, it wasÂ 77fÂ andÂ rainyÂ with 2 to 3 foot very poorly shaped wavesÂ and when we returned to Encinitas it wasÂ 66fÂ andÂ sunnyÂ withÂ 3 to 4 foot great waves.
Albeit the water temperatue was aboutÂ 12 degrees coolerÂ back home in Leucadia, wetsuits do make the difference. Additionally, when you adjust for humidity you couldnâ€™t tell the difference in the ambient temperatures.
Going on vacation is absolutely fun, relaxing and enjoyable. But how many places in the world can you live where you return home to a pertetual vacation. You just canâ€™t beat the climate in
â€œAmericaâ€™s Finest Cityâ€
Overall Southern California has the best climate in the USA. But even better is the North San Diego Coastline.
|View Poll Results: Where is the best climate?|
|Southern California (Mediterrianian)||71||40.57%|
|Texas (4 defined seasons)||9||5.14%|
|Arizona (Hot summers)||12||6.86%|
|Pacific Northwest (Warm summers, rainy winters)||19||10.86%|
|Central Plains (Highly variable and seasonal)||5||2.86%|
|Great Lakes (Lots of snow)||16||9.14%|
|North East (Variable, with some strong storms)||21||12.00%|
|Mid-Atlantic (Humid summers, mild winters)||28||16.00%|
|Gulf Coast (Hot and Humid, Prone to Hurricanes)||14||8.00%|
|Hawaii (Steady year round)||27||15.43%|
|Alaska (Cold and snowy)||3||1.71%|
|Multiple Choice Poll. Voters:Â 175. You may not vote on this poll|
To Sum It Up?
â€œAccording to data compiled by Standard & Poorâ€™s for the Case-Shiller Home Price Indices, real estate prices nation-wide continued to fall in 2010, dropping another 4.1%.â€
â€œBy contrast,Â San Diego real estate prices rose by 2.6% during that same period.Â According to their data the only other major city in the U.S. to see an increase in median home prices during 2010 was Washington D.C.â€
Additionally, Real Estate Investors from around the World continue to choose San Diego for its undisputedyear around â€œMediterranean Climateâ€ and its Multi-Cultural Mixed Bag of Recreational and Social activities .
Be it the downtown â€œGaslampâ€ city lifestyle to surfing, diving, fishing on the beach, or hiking and bicycling through the desert, or mountains whether man-made or wild & natural, itâ€™s all here. You can vacation in San Diego 24/7 365.
Hawaii?Â NoÂ Leucadia!
Hawaii? No Vista, CA