Originally Posted by Seeker
We're in roughly the same boat, climate-wise, in LA... highs in the high 90s or even low 100s at times, with night time lows only in the mid to high 70s. However, i too find that i freeze at those temps if i'm acclimated to the daytime times. i use an underquilt year-round. i may leave the doors open, so to speak, by not pulling the end drawstrings quite tight, but i do always use something underneath for warmth. i think some of this depends on personal body metabolism. mine seems to shut down entirely when i sleep, so as i've gotten older, i seem to be getting colder at night.
+1...I use a PLUQ and open up the ends just a bit. Works fine here in west central GA. Another thing that helps a bit is to climb in later at night (11:00ish)...usually somewhat cooler and the skeeter activity has usually died down to almost nothing.
I've been toying with the idea of making a single-layer PLUQ for the really warm nights just to have a layer under me but not hold too much heat...