Yellow Emperor Prefers Burgundy Mink
When I checked my room thermometer, which varies not much more than my barometer (I always wonder if the devices really work), it was 60 degrees F at about 8 a.m. on the yin side of the building. My cell phone weather app told me it was 58. That's pretty much as low as it goes -- Hawaii temperature annually ranges from about 58 to 92, most usually hovering between 75 and 85. When you are used to that little variation, 58 feels cold, and 92 is horrible. (Which most people would call not too cold, not too hot.) My new refrigerator tells me it is keeping my perishables fresh at 34; I can't imagine living in that anymore.
I certainly hope this tempts you to consider a Hawaii winter vacation: the state needs your tourist dollars. Think of it as a charitable donation to education.