1. It’s basically summer. (Right now.)
Check your calendar. Is it winter where you are? Because in Alabama, that season doesn’t exist. It gets cold for two weeks in February maybe, but in a place where anything below about 60 degrees is considered “arctic tundra” on the thermostat setting, you’ve got to really take the southern understanding of cold weather with a grain of salt.
And on those cold days? Yeah, it’s still going to heat up to about 70 or 80. That’s summer for almost every other state. So come on down, bring your grill, plastic furniture, and lawn flamingos. Barbeque in December!