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To find out where you should go next, all you have to do is select your ideal maximum, minimum and average temperature – and if you aren’t a fan of rain, there is also a filter for rainfall. Once all of that is out of the way, simply click on the desired week of departure and the cool interactive map will pinpoint all of the meteorologically ideal destinations in the world – places in the sun, essentially.
The cool and very helpful map was created by digital nomad Ryan Whitaker who downloaded over ten years of weather data from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, from more than 10,000 weather stations around the world to create the tool.
With all this data, users of the map can reveal the average temperature and precipitation in any country on the planet, for a particular week.
Useful it may be, but we know there’s way more to planning the perfect trip than a weather report (but we’re still very grateful though).
Want more useful maps? This one shows you the cheapest Airbnbs in Europe!