We travel from New England to cruise ports on the south or west coast, especially during winter months. There is usually a variance of around 40-50'F from departure to arrival in either direction. Invariably, we see many people who do not seem to take the climate change into account when getting dressed to return home. Bet you've seen them too. We aren't sure if it is people who just don't want to let go of their vacation vibe or if it is genuine forgetfulness but at least once we've overheard muttered regret about the choice of wardrobe when walking up the jetway at Logan in February.
For those of us who have to deal with significant temperature variation, what is your strategy for traveling and arriving comfortably in either direction? Any helpful hints for fellow travelers?