I am starting to build a dory in San Diego and have some concerns about the cool, damp weather we are having this winter. I am building the boat on my apartment's patio under a shelter I built. The shelter has withstood 4 inches of rain and 40 mile per hour winds during the several storms we have had this winter. However, it is not fully enclosed and the temperatures have been from the mid 40s to the mid 60s and has been very humid.
I saw previous threads about using shop lamps and a poly tarp tent over the boat to help cure the epoxy (which I intend to do). My question is what are the warning signs that the cold and dampness may be negatively impacting the epoxy?