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US Cities That Get the Most Sun

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10. Los Angeles-Long Beach-Anaheim, CA
> Avg. hours of full-sun per day: 5 hours, 37 minutes
> Avg. daily max temperature: 71.1 degrees
> Avg. annual precipitation: 15.2 inches
> Population: 13,353,907

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9. Riverside-San Bernardino-Ontario, CA
> Avg. hours of full-sun per day: 5 hours, 37 minutes
> Avg. daily max temperature: 77.6 degrees
> Avg. annual precipitation: 7.2 inches
> Population: 4,580,670

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8. Sierra Vista-Douglas, AZ
> Avg. hours of full-sun per day: 5 hours, 37 minutes
> Avg. daily max temperature: 73.5 degrees
> Avg. annual precipitation: 14.4 inches
> Population: 124,756

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7. Palm Bay-Melbourne-Titusville, FL
> Avg. hours of full-sun per day: 5 hours, 39 minutes
> Avg. daily max temperature: 80.6 degrees
> Avg. annual precipitation: 52.9 inches
> Population: 589,162

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6. Phoenix-Mesa-Scottsdale, AZ
> Avg. hours of full-sun per day: 5 hours, 40 minutes
> Avg. daily max temperature: 81.7 degrees
> Avg. annual precipitation: 10.3 inches
> Population: 4,737,270

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