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Actually, leaving the battery in cold storage is better than bringing it in the warm.

A battery is a chemical process. Cold slows down the chemical process and for storage that's better.

As long as it is charged it and there isn't parasitic load to drain it (disconnect negative cable if you want to be sure there is no parasitic load) it will be perfectly fine. The rate of self discharge drops to nil in the cold (the slowed chemical reaction thing).
 

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