Maine, Pennsylvania, Vermont, New Hampshire, New York (the western part away from the ocean), Tennessee, West Virginia, Maryland. Winters can be rough, but as long as you're far away from the ocean there's little risk of hurricane damage. There are mountains that break up tornadoes most of the time. The areas are wet enough that there aren't the huge wildfires you get out west. Geologically, the east coast is more stable. Just stay a few miles from large rivers to avoid flood damage and you're likely to be fine. Again, as long as you can cope with the winters.