Nope. You have made a simple logical error. Consider the 'climate' of Tucson; can you describe your city's climate by only speaking of temperature? I'd say no. It would be moronic to do so. Nope. An elementary confusion of terms is sending you down the wrong path, Brant. Temperature, seasonal variations, diurnal variation, vegetation cover and patterns, snowfall, precipitation, wind, humidity, etc -- these are climate attributes. If you said "It's hot" in answer to "what is Tucson's climate?"