contrary to popular belief, more brown fat is created in the winter (coldest times), which is the good fat that helps to keep the white fat at bay, burns really fast. you can lose much more outside in the winter, which is also more healthy than dehydration and heat stroke.
i would trade a sunny 95 to 105 day to a 40 degree day with 4 inches of rain a day for 3 months and 25 mile an hour sastained winds most of the winter. People wonder why we only disc golf normally from may to october out here and its because you really get shafted in the winter with rain and wind.
When the wind is rippin' and it's about to storm somethin' fierce but you're so die-hard that you insist on playing anyways and then proceed to lose 4-5 nice drivers in a single round on holes that you never thought were possible to lose a disc on.