So when connecting い adjectives you go from い to くて Like:

おもしろい 楽しい -> おもしろくて楽しいです。= interesting and fun

And with な adjectives you add で Like:

きれいな やさしい -> きれいでやさしいです = pretty and kind

So what do you do with a の adjective? I want to say 'a sunny and warm place' using はれ and あたたかい but はれ is a の adjective so I don't know how to connect it so I was wondering what to do in this case.

(I know I can just say 'あたたかくてはれの所' but I was just wondering how you would say it the other way round.)

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    "I know I can just say 'あたたかくてはれの所'" - based on what rule exactly? – macraf Sep 5 '17 at 6:37
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    I think the answer is just using "で”. For example "はれですずしい”. I can write an proper answer if this was what you were looking for. – Locksleyu Sep 5 '17 at 23:19

はれの あたたかい -> はれていてあたたかい
This is the answer of your question but I don't know general rule of の adjectives.
I'll show you some examples.

はれの あたたかい -> はれていてあたたかい
あめの あたたかい -> あめがふっていてあたたかい
くもりの あたたかい -> くもっていてあたたかい

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