Let me quote freely Luca Turin & Tania Sanchez- there's no sense in matching your fragrance with the weather, unless that gives you an excuse to expand your collection!
That said, I do tend to have certain seasonal preferences.
Where I live there's a definite difference between the weather in the cold and hot season.
Moreover, summers here are generally muggy and humid- no sea, no mountains, no wind...- and the body discomfort that comes along affects the way of wearing fragrance. The higher temperature also quicken the evaporation process, so the basenotes of richer fragrances can overwhelm the rest..
As for food, I tend to feel like more fresh, zesty, transparent, airy in hot weather and warm, plushy, enveloping, spicy, rich in cold weather.