Since I started smoking pipes this winter, I've not had recent experience smoking outside in hot weather. It was in the 90s here in Ohio over the weekend. I sat in the shade with a pipe that normally smokes cool but got a hot smoke this time. I assume that is because the briar picks up the ambient air temperature to some extent, especially when it is very hot. Plus, I assume that drawing hot outside air into the pipe heats up the process. Am I correct?