(the) warm weather/ (the) cold weather

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Hi everyone

A: It’s very warm today. I like (the) warm weather. I can go to the beach. Do you like (the) warm weather?

B: No, I don’t. I like (the) cold weather.

In this dialogue. I'm wondering if the definite article "the" is needed when talking about warm weather and cold weather.
Can you help me with this? Thank you!
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    Take out three "the." :) You're speaking of weather in general, not "the warm weather we're having today."
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