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The nights I've slept out in Clear lake with no AC were an excercise in self torture. July or August forget it. the rest of the year it can be bearable with some sort of draft, a battery powered fan and a windscoop, (I made my own with a square of canvas and some line, and a snap kit), worked great in all but the hottest wind less nights. Also a wet towel soaked in melted ice from the coooler.
The upside; the best boating season in Texas is the entire rest of the year, I just went out last week, 60 degrees and sunny; good jacket weather. A few days of cold and it warms back up. A light blanket will keep you plenty warm at night. Watch for cold fronts, (before or a couple of days after), the rest of the time expect cool and slightly breezy with a light fog in the morning.
The Sun has Risen on a New Day filled with the Promise of Adventure.