I guess that makes you an ideal customer for an EV. Were I in your position my decision would be much easier. In reality I need a car that can regularly do long distances in all weathers and that still seems to be a sticking point, for a while at least.So it sounds bad - BUT we love it and have realised that we probably only do 100 mile plus drives 10 or so times a year - so just accept planning some stops on those trips.
It seems everywhere I look I find another reason why I am not going to get the range I need in winter. If I could afford a "summer use only" car it would be fine, but ...If the battery is very cold (or very hot) it can absorb less power so regenerative braking is reduced.