Well, me, for one. It gets pretty nippy here in the wintertime—not proper butt-freezing, but cold enough that you don’t plant tomatoes until the third week of May unless you like living dangerously. Notice how there’s snow on the Sandias in the pilot episode? That’s because we get a good 6-8 inches a year ‘round these parts, and you’ll want a coat then, trust me. The elevation is ~5300 feet, and it’s more like 5600-5800 in the Heights. For those of you unfamiliar with the Mountain West, that’s higher than Denver, even if we are at a lower latitude.
This is not even counting the bizarre -17F week-long cold snap we had in February last year, though that was admittedly a 40-year storm-of-the-century thing.