Cool is good, Tanya, but don't be fooled. I live in Minnesota (can't be much cooler than that!) and the sun is still an issue. The closer you live to the Equator, of course, the worse the sun's rays are going to be for you. But, sun exposure happens even in northern climates, and even when it's cloudy - it just takes a bit longer. We still need to be diligent about protecting our bodies from exposure to the sun. (Rats!! I used to love to sit in the sun....it's one of the things I miss the most.)
"If you trust Google more than you trust your doctor than maybe it's time to switch doctors."