1. Endless summer
The heat is something Alabamians complain about . . . until they’re not in Alabama anymore.
The hot-hot summers mean that the winter isn’t so cold, and temperatures are pretty tolerable all year around. Alabamians are notorious for wearing heavy winter gear in not-so-cold winter temperatures. (A parka in 40-degree weather? Really?)
When you leave the state behind, the heat doesn’t go with you you’ll experience staggeringly cooler temperatures in other parts of the world. It’s safe to say that Alabamians don’t know what true, sustained cold is, even if there’s a little dusting of snow here and there. That warmth is something you’ll long for in the dead of winter when, when it’s a -40 degree wind chill just outside your door.