It's toasty warm.............
This oughta do it.
I've lived from Alaska to San Diego and in Idaho & Eastern Washington. Don't mind brutal hot (95° or so) or vicious cold (20° or less) but the 28-35° range with precipitation is nasty with freezing rain, sleet, wet snow, ice storms & too many surprises if the temp jumps up or down after a storm passage. Can you say bog mudded roads or a hard crust of ice over soft snow can be a problem?
It was 11F this morning driving to work, up to 21F now. Two weeks ago it was 62F, and I went to Cape Cod to fish for trout, since the ponds there were not iced over. The trout were uncooperative.
Its the wind! turns 28F into -10F after a few hours froze solid
time to sit in the truck and burn hands on the dash board heater.