No worse than Saskatchewan in the fall [during your winter there, which can only *laughingly* be called a winter - REAL winters are -40 C with 40-70 km/h winds causing -20 degree windchill, with snow up to mid-shin and icicles forming on any available surface... as now, here]. I got a pretty good "farmer's tan", since the rules kept us from going bare-chested - not that anyone *wanted* to, really. It never got warm enough for that. But, yeah. Nothing too terribly special. Did some tourism, bought a didgeridoo from Adrian Ross [whom I heard perform twice, ha!] and... yeah. That's really about it.
[I can play the didge fairly well, actually. Just that the cold weather's been chapping my lips too much for me to play it much lately...]