I curse thee, sun! I curse thee and thine crush on Texas and everything else near this planet's waistline! I'd rather deal with rain than have to deal with the heat so much! All I want is some snow on occasion, is that so much to ask?
Hot. Give me hypothermia any day and I will enjoy it like the cold lover that I am. Heat, on the other hand, manages to find a way to ruin absolutely everything in life.
Hot weather that we have right now... It makes me murderous. I walk home. I fucking sweat a river from my school to my house in Summer. Also we had 100 Fahrenheit 4 days ago (37-38 Celsius, Metric is good). Some people in our school assembly had to be carried off. Fuck hot weather.
I love me some coldness.
I say the cold is worse for the simple reason that although that in the heat you can only take off, at most you will be uncomfortable. An AC, unless we are talking about extreme weather > 40, an AC is a luxury whereas in the cold heating is essential. It is not true that you can add clothes to keep you warm during cold weather, that is true for above zero but when temperatures drop below zero clothes don't keep you warm, they just slow down the rate your body loses energy meaning even with clothes on you will freeze to death if you stay out in the cold too long, plus there is no shade to hide from it. Too many layers are just as uncomfortable as sweating. We're not even talking about the other challenges that arise from the cold: having to commute on icy roads, shoveling snow from your driveway, keeping pipes from bursting, removing the ice from your windscreen in the morning, depression.
If you gave me a choice between a place which is extremely Hot for 9 months of the year and a place which is extremely cold for 9 months of the year, I'd take the heat.
Not only do I not see those extremes, it didn't even snow last winter for me, even though I'm 52 degrees north. Within the narrow range that I've actually experienced, I'll take hot any day, even in a really hot summer the weather only reaches the mythical peaks of "too hot" for a few days that year.
And FYI, the correct term for the hot temperature you described is "311 Kelvins". NB: it's not "degrees Kelvin", because Kelvin is an absolute scale that starts from zero, not some high temperature labelled as "zero" because it seems cold to meatbags.