I live in a condo, and I just potted some bulbs for the spring.
A lady in the bulb section at the store said that the only thing I should worry about is if the temperature goes below 0F. In this case she advised wrapping the pots in bubble wrap or something for added insulation, but not to bring them inside. Would you agree? Given that it often goes above 60 to 70F in the winter here, as well as, below freezing, I don't see why it would hurt to put them in my front hall over night if it does go below 0F??? My hall does not have a heat vent, so although it is warmer than outside, it is usually 50F on a cold winter day.
Also, do I need to water them? They will have a porch deck directly overhead, so although they will get some precipitation blown in, they are not likely to get a lot.
They will get sun, as the winter angle shines under the deck all day.
Any other words of advice for potted bulbs?