Originally Posted by angrysparrow
I find that a 3 season quilt (of whatever make you prefer) is usable even in HOT weather.
It's not unlike sleeping on a mattress, which has a high R value. As long as you can vent on the sides and top, it's not a problem to be warm underneath. And that certainly is better than waking from a chill in the wee hours, even in summer.
Better to be comfortable no matter how the bad the unpredicted weather may be...