I've read that you shouldn't make meringues when it's humid. Today was dry and breezy but now it's getting overcast and rain is expected later this evening. The whites are in the bowl but still chilly, not at room temp. Does the cloud cover mean it's too humid to make the meringues tonight? Do I have to wait until the whites warm? I was planning to make and freeze until Saturday. Help!
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