Honestly, I'd take a little time to do some more reading while you wait for temperatures to cool down into the 60s. You have enough to worry about the first time you make beer; no sense adding fermentation temperature control onto that pile.
Join a club, go see other people brew, talk to people, read some books. Figure out what you want to do, get the equipment, get ready to go. Then when the weather breaks, go for it.
IPA is a pretty easy style, so you don't need a kit. Most of it will be pale extract anyway. Just pay attention to whatever recipe you use to see if they did a full boil or not. If you do a concentrated boil, know that it won't be as bitter as you'd expect.
Feel free to ask away, but do some reading first. There are a lot of different ways to brew, so you'll likely get a lot of different advice. Don't worry about that too much. Most of what you learn now you will change if you advance to more complicated brewing later.