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 according to WalletHub's metrics that take into account the economic impact of weather-related events.
1 of 10 10. Denver, Colorado
Average Yearly High: 65°F
Days with Precipitation (average): 80
Being so near the Rocky Mountains, you might think that Denver is a winter travel destination. The city actually sees the highest hotel occupancy rates during the summer when the average high is only 88°F, and the humidity is considerably lower than coastal cities. Some residents don't even have air conditioners; they simply utilize fans.