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I've lived in Texas my entire life and have only left the state once, which was only to Lawton, Ok. I know the weather will be a big shock to me, as I've grown used to extremely warm temperatures from Early May all the way into mid October. I want to know what the crime rate is, drug abuse stats, cost of living, utilities, school stats, etc. I'm also wondering if I should just wait to go to college up there because the place I want to go down here will not transfer credits to any schools in Spokane. How much should I put away before moving up there? What kind of winter wear will I be needing? The most I've worn down here is a thick hoodie for winter. Thanks!
Your school in Texas won't transfer credits to a school in Washington? It's probably the other way around; your new school won't accept credits from your old school. Either way, I'd just wait until you get there, but don't wait too long. One year is too long. You will need a real coat for winter in Washington and a hat is not a bad idea. Also gloves and some real, decent shoes, probably boots. Dress in layers. Start reading the Spokane paper (link below) to learn about the area. The cost of living is probably a little cheaper than Fort Worth, but your level of energy use (heating, electricity) may be higher. One thing to be aware of is that your car, which runs great in Texas' warm weather, may be stubborn up there; a new battery often helps if that occurs. There are a lot of potheads in Spokane (see the seond link for a good laugh) but not so much meth/coke/hard drugs. I'm told there is kind of a heroin problem in all of Washington and Oregon, I don't know why; it may just be random cases that draw a lot of attention.
I don't know any of the stats. But I think you should wait. Why waste time getting credits if they won't transfer? And you will definitely need more than a hoodie! Lol I lived in Bremerton, new-jersey and it was always rainy, and snowed during the winter. We didn't need snow chains unless we went up to the mountains, but we did need more of an all-weather tire than we were using in TX.
You will need more than a hoodie.... Average winter temp is around 20-30. It rains a lot in Washington.