Yes, this is why snowbirds pay people to monitor their homes when they leave for the summer. I’ve picked up a few bucks just for going into people’s houses in the summertime to make sure that the AC is working.
By moving 200 miles south, I’ve gone from a “hot summer continental climate” to a “humid subtropical climate” (Koppen classification).
Not a lot of palm trees to be seen here, but I do have clumps of hardy bananas.
Looking at the snow outside and promise of more, that does not sound so bad.