pmlljl, You may need a new wardrobe if you move here. We have long, hard winters. Not ten minutes ago, I observed on the thermometer of a car idling at the red light near our bridge that it was 62 degrees outside! It is sunny so often that the appearance of the sky is unreliable as an indicator of the temperature. (It could LOOK like a nice 115-degree day but in fact be only 60 degrees, for example.) Sometimes there is snow, too!
Summers are a pleasant compensation for the harshness of our winters. The nighttime lows in July drop below 100 degrees a little too often to suit me, but the pleasant 115-degree afternoons without a breath of wind more than make up for the inadequate heat of the nights.