Logic reasoning doesn’t work in D&D.

So, our party entered a dense city covered by trees in a magical world where snow is constantly falling. I asked the DM if it was a lot warmer inside, considering we were clad in winter cloaks. Another players states that logically, it would be colder inside because the sun doesn’t reach the inside of the trees.

Our DM gets mad and says, “you’re using logic in a magical world where you chase after dragons and half-snake people exist!?”