Orlando is difficult to surpass as a sunny retirement location. Last year, the average daily high temperature in the city was 74.2 degrees Fahrenheit.
During the winter, you may need a jacket, but you won't have to worry about shoveling in Hattiesburg. Almost never does it snow here.
According to U.S. News & World Report, retirees can't go wrong by coming to Sarasota. The journal selected the Florida city as the top retirement destination for 2021-2022.
Augusta has moderate winters and lovely summers. Winter lows can reach the 30s, but snow is rare.
Scottsdale, Arizona is ranked as the top city in the state for retirees by WalletHub, attracting numerous senior citizens.
Although summertime highs might soar into the 90s, Fredericksburg enjoys a pleasant annual average high of 77 degrees.
One more Texas option is sunny El Paso. According to GOBankingRates, this border town between the United States and Mexico has clear skies 84% of the time.
Phoenix, Arizona, was the nation's fastest-growing major metropolis from 2010 to 2020, and its pleasant climate is likely one of the main attractions.
Many of the cities on this list are in Florida, which is fitting because the Sunshine State has no shortage of pleasant places to spend your golden years.