I agree with that. Little bubbles are not unusual. Just watch to make sure they're not growing. That would make them a big deal. Large bubbles should be addressed.
If you're fixing it yourself you can get the proper cement (ask your dealer), and use a syringe for glue to squirt the glue under the rubber. After it sets, a spot of sealer on the small hole for the needle would be a good thing.
As for the temperatures, I have no idea. We've been in triple digits more than I'd like but didn't get any bubbles from it.
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