The RCG Global Climate Index ranks over 180 world cities based on the favourability of their annual weather conditions. The index weights variables such as heat, cold, rain, humidity, and hours of sunshine. Many cities may be great vacation destinations, but those who work and conduct business in them might deem them too hot and humid to live in full time. The Climate Index rates temperate days more highly and penalizes colder ones. A typical good day would have a temperature between 18 °C and 30 °C, be sunny with no precipitation, and not have high humidity.
The index also details the months during which the temperature is between 18 °C and 30 °C. This can be useful for those looking for a second residence. People who live in places that have very hot summers or very cold winters often look to relocate during those months.
The data for the RCG Climate Index was collected in fall 2020. The Weather base averages the most recent years on record. The Temperature records the daytime high temperature.
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