We have Scottish weather - sometimes there is no tennis between matches lol. i like my Wilson racquet , got it in the states in 1998, it was a mega up to date racquet in it's time (my pal was horrified at me paying about £80 for a racquet - with no strings!!! as she told everyone, despite me pointing out that air travel in pleb class doesn't do strings much good and I preferred to get it strung at home), but now it's heavier than racquets most folk use, though would still make a good spare. Quite fancying a Head Youtek graphene at the moment.
If you have a heavier frame you must be pretty good at volleying then? I used to have Andy's Youtek racquet before I went to Wilson, it was a great racquet for control, power was lacking though. It's quite light too because it's a thinner frame to some other makes.