Ah, I misunderstood you- you said "all or most of the year."
The anceps will do great in those higher temps- as will most Catt alliances- especially the reed stem epidendrum. Both can stand temperatures into the 30s for a while.
Wouldn't do phals, they won't be impressed with those high temps.
It would help to know the average day and night temperatures in the summer, spring, fall, in your area.
For the most part though, I'd say that Catts will like it outside there, maybe some Cymbidiums.
You can find heat-tolerant cyms and cold-hardy catts at Santa Barbara here- Santa Barbara Orchid Estate Home Page
Just check out the links on the left side.
They also have them sorted by what months they bloom in.