There are some adjectives which are used to describe weather, such as hot, cold, wet, dry, fine, nice, etc.
I think we can use 'mild' (relatively warm for winter or cool for summer). Or we can use warm to describe relatively mild conditions in winter, or cool for summer.
My first question is:
Which adjective is better to refer to the weather that is neither hot nor cold regardless of season? And I want to know if we refer to the weather as '... weather' regardless of season, are we now talking about climate?
Considering the answer for the second part of the first question, here is the second question:
Which adjective is used to describe climate that is again neither hot nor cold?
And finally, can we use adjectives which are used to describe weather for climate?