Most places in the lower 48 don't have regular cold temperatures that get low enough to hurt batteries. (Apologies to Grumpy and David472, but even batteries on chargers will freeze at 25 below zero and colder). The lower 48 states weather people and weather trackers seem to forget that Alaska is part of the United States. We get a nice chuckle when we see headlines like "coldest place in the US" and they name some town in Minnesota and site a temp of -42. While places like Fairbanks or Koyokuk, Alaska regularly go for a week or more at -50 below or colder, in which places we have engine block heaters, remote auto starters and heated battery blankets or gel pack batteries.
Anyway, Werty12, if your temps are not getting colder than -12, your batteries will not freeze. However, they will discharge quicker at temps below 20. If you have the ability, turn everything off and plug it in with a timer, so it comes on for an hour per day. If not, disconnect the battery or remove it and store it in a dry place and off the ground.
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