How about the east of the US and Canada?
I'm from Southeast Asia, and at a guess, the climates are gonna be like California in temperature but not in dryness because of the lack of a rain shadow and mainland Asia blocking what would otherwise be a high-pressure ridge.
Project Retrograde — imagine Earth rotated in the opposite direction
The rotation of Earth shapes our climate system in various ways: It controls the major wind directions, lets the weather systems swirl, and, together with the topography, it creates strong ocean currents. Many other features of the climate system, like the monsoon systems and the meridional overturning circulation in the ocean arise from complex interactions within the climate system, and their exact dependency on the topography is hard to pinpoint.
Yeah they would, as would east Africa and Madagascar, which would be much closer to the equator too in this timeline and horizontal so the climate would be more uniform. Heck, Alaska is also on or at least near the equator here. Plus this world would be somewhat warmer and wetter than our world even with the same atmospheric composition, so the tropical range would be a bit larger.Wouldn't regions from Magadan to Socotra have jungle?