Do you dream of a place that is always sunny? Or visiting what you consider the best places in the world? Where the temperature is perfect? Where there is virtually no severe weather? Ed Darack has.
His article, “The 10 Best Weather Places in the World”, featured in the March/April issue of Weatherwise magazine attempts to name the top ten places in the world that continually experience the best weather.
So Darack defines what “best” weather consists of. The basis of this list is also founded in weather. Weather that more noteworthy has positive effects on human fundamental needs (physical, mental, and emotional).
We can with most certainty determine meteorological “best” criteria. Criteria for ideal human physical, mental, and emotional health. It seems that includes temperature, humidity, average number of sunny days, and other criteria, by studying the results of research conducted on environmental effects on humans.
In conclusion and also with this in mind Darack creates a mythical place of weather perfection. What he calls, ‘Anthro-Weathertopia’. Here the temperature never strays too far from 68°F, the humidity is always comfortably 50%, and the clouds are never a threat. Finally and unfortunately this perfect place does not exist, but his article lists the top ten places that come close.