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I’d rather be worried bringing the unit back indoors regarding moisture. Its probably wise to keep it in case or at least a sealed bag for some hours until the unit got warm again.

Definitely NOT in a sealed bag! GC is correct.

If you have it in a case, crack it open a tad in the new environment and let it acclimate as gradually as time permits. Ventilation is good, sealed bags are not.

If you’re in extreme humidity, throw bags of silica gel in the case when packing up.