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Winter gravel cycling - Weather question

I live in a place that has 4 proper seasons (Czech Republic) and I really try riding consistently all year. Spring, summer, fall I tend to ride around 3-4 days a week (2-4 hours per ride) and in winter probably twice a week (2 hours per ride). Anyone in here who has lived somewhere with nice, warmer weather all year long? A place that really has no winters? If so, how is that? Cuz I do miss my more frequent riding and longer rides during my winter. Harder to do in winter as some days just too cold or snow/ice on roads/trails in woods. I often wonder how life would be to live somewhere with that type of climate. I could go outside throughout the year apart from rain, lets say. I've only lived my life (47 yrs) in places with 4 seasons so I'm totally clueless to places with 1 or 2 seasons. Just sometimes contemplate a move, but who knows.
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