It's consistently 3 or 4 degrees cooler than in town. Not sure why. Only 250 feet higher. Lack of asphalt and buildings does wonders.
My spot is not a good location for t-storms unless there is an easterly component. It literally didn't rain for a month in July. There is a track just to my south and another to my north. If there is westward component, then I usually get split. If there is an east fetch, like several nights ago, then it's money out here. Should we ever get another coastal storm in winter, it should be good times. And the snow shouldn't get nuked immediately after.