9 oclock at night 66 degrees in the house, 58 on the porch…..
We are nearing the end of the the Arizona Mizers happy place, the sweetspot, where you dont have to pay for cooling or heating
70-75 degree highs, 40-45 degree overnight lows.
Soon though, my wife will be turning on the heat in the mornings. You and only do so much with a hot cooked breakfast to warm the house.
Just as a dry heat is not as miserable as a humid one, dry cold, can be much worse than a moist one.
The key there, is whether you are wet, or dry, in that moist cold.