A new survey indicates that Rhode Islanders are not big fans of hot weather. The Weather Channel survey indicates that state residents have the lowest tolerance for heat in the country. Residents of Rhode Island feel it's too hot at 85-degrees. By contrast, Arizona and Nevada residents aren't bothered by heat until the mercury rises over 100 degrees. Even residents of Minnesota are more tolerant of heat than people in the Ocean State, as 87-degrees is where they feel the heat is too much.