@limited25 It is different weather every year here also. I try to plant a couple varieties of each vegetable - like 5 different tomatoes, 3 different carrots and 4 peppers - hoping that one will do good that year. Living in Wyoming, I kept loosing my plants to a late (or early) frost, the growing season was just too dang short - so my husband built me a little grow house to extend the season. The original plan was to have removable sides - one set with plastic and one set with machine fabric to keep out the rodents. As it turned out, I only changed out one of the sides and we left the other 3 sides on to protect the plants from the wind. Keeping the wind off the plants also increased the humidity so they didn't dry out too fast.
Moral of the story - see if there is a way to protect your plants from the wind. A couple of hoops covered with plastic would be a huge help - just make sure you have a way to vent it really well. A neighbor in Wyoming put some hoops over her raised beds and needed a machete to get in through the door to pick tomatoes.
Was thinking about a grow house or hoops, seems like they need shading, which would also keep off the wind; right? Probably do the hoops this year since trying to get other projects done. We get a lot of high 90s-lower 100s temps here in summer. Would those hoops still work or make it hotter still?