Rainy Days: Water and paint don’t mix. While it might be common knowledge not to paint during a rainstorm, what people don’t realize is that you need to wait a day or two after it’s rained to paint. There’s a chance the siding will still be wet, so those extra days will make sure everything is ready to go for the new paint. If you can, wait one additional day for a total of three days to paint the exterior.
Cold Nights: While the days are gorgeous, the nights many get too cold for the paint to dry correctly. If the temperature the night before was 40’s or below, you’ll need to wait a few more days to paint. Ideally, the overnight temperature should be no lower than the 50’s.