I've scanned the temperature management threads, but didn't notice this being addressed. The northwest has been experiencing a heat wave for the past 3 or 4 weeks, but it's finally cooled off again. I've noticed that when the temperatures have been up between 90-105F my average Wh/mi have been at least 30 Wh/mi higher than when the temperature has been below 80F (for similar driving pattern). At the higher temperatures I've been getting over 300 Wh/mi, but now that it's cooled down, I'm getting about 265 Wh/mi. In using EVTripplanner, no such extreme difference is indicated. Is my observation just an anomaly, or is the temperature management system working that hard to keep the temperature down? Does anyone know what temperature the management system attempts to keep the battery, etc. below?