"bad news is that lithium batteries are very easy to damage if they are charged at temperatures below 32F (0C). A phenomenon known as lithium plating can occur during the charging process. The cold causes lithium to collect on the surface of the graphite anode as opposed to being absorbed by it. Once this happens, it is irreversible. A battery can be permanently ruined by charging it cold even one time." -- offgridham.com/2019/12/cold-weather-batteries
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