I haven't visited in quite a while! Unfortunately I ended up moving my last bunch of plants outside last year because they weren't doing too well indoors, only to have a hurricane move in and sweep them away a few days later. I'm now not limited to growing indoors anymore, and have a nice sunny balcony! But this brings new challenges. I've never dealt with a cold front affecting plants before. The temperatures are supposed to be highs of 84, lows of 62. How will this affect my plants? Right now I have Swiss chard, peppermint, Brussels sprouts, broccoli, and jalapeno peppers. The one I'm most worried about is the jalapeno, since what I'm finding is that it needs temps nearer the 80's. Daytime that should be no problem, but it will be much cooler in the night time. Can the jalapenos weather out those chilly nights and be OK with the warmer daytime temps? Should I move these guys inside at night and then put them back outside during the day?