Just searching through these forums focusing on yeast names is great. Checking out the lalvin yeast chart for their most popular yeasts gives a lot of info like temp ranges and yeast characteristics.
lalvin yeast chart
Lalvin K1-v1116 is a very forgiving yeast I have used in several meads. I also really like lalvin 71b which I let ferment at whatever temp my house gets to. My house stays around 70*F - 73*F with spikes for a few hours up to 78*F if my wife plays with the thermostat.
If you think you can't cool down your mead in time and think this will be too hot/harsh to drink, there is always a way to save mead. If you want to talk shop on how to turn it around then post a new thread or post here if the OP doesn't mind with your exact recipe and how long your mead has been going.