Geographical, Climate and Nature-Type Reasons It's Good to Live in Michigan
Few tornadoes, and not the strongest types when they happen.
Few earthquakes, and small when they happen. Maybe not as much fracking potential, too, so less chance of frackquakes?
When sea level rises, it won't cover our edges.
It's not that hot already here, so global warming isn't making summers upwards of 110 degrees soon.
Don't miss air conditioning, except for maybe 20 days a year.
There's lotsa water around.
Our snow includes the wafty soft flakes you have in animated Charlie Brown shows.
Ticks: not so much.
Also no chiggers, sand gnats, giant cockroaches, or (no doubt) many scary types of snakes and spiders.
Plus we have black squirrels. Which is cool.
Birch trees do well here.
You get cottonwoods, too.
Not a likely target of first attack with nuclear weapons.
These just off the top of my head. Politically there are a lot of "eh" kinda things about the state. And economically, and in terms of social justice, and other stuff like that. Infrastructure (like most of the country). Culture--- kind of a mixed bag (like most places). But just being fairly free of tornadoes, earthquakes and hurricanes feels lucky.