We say go for it! Be sure to place your grill out of the wind. If it isn’t, neither the grill nor the food will stay as hot.
A few other things to note:
• Charcoal grilling times will be faster on hot, calm days and slower on chilly, windy ones.
• Grilling in cold weather requires more charcoal, a longer time to heat the coals and longer grilling times.
• Gas grilling will need slightly longer heating times as well as higher heat settings to speed the cooking if the weather is cool or windy.
Answered 10/10/2012 by Kitchen Expert