Effects of winter cold temps/humidity on display/controller?


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We are storing our batteries inside at "house" temps, (+/- 10 deg. per the manual). We take this to be 70 +/- 10 degrees f. Thus 60-80 deg.
But with winter temps dropping below freezing frequently, i.e. teens to twenties, we are concerned about other electrical components ( display, controller, etc). No room for inside storage. So, outside, covered but not heated. Protected from rain or snow, but not from cold or high humidity. Comments please, from electro-techies?
TIA! :)