There must be something in the water in these 20 cities. The Community Well-Being Index which measures U.S. cities on the opportunities they provide for social and financial success, as well as community integration for their residents.
If you're wanting to move to sunnier weather, or just looking for a warmer vacation destination, these cities strike the perfect balance of not too hot and not too cold. Without the severe weather, you'll also save money on energy costs.
Not all residents here are crying in their homes; however, their emotional well-being overall is lower than average. If you live in one of these cities, you might have to work extra hard to achieve social and financial success.