Too late for Flood's on my deck?

I've not yet been able to find a definitive answer on this. I need to treat my deck. Temperatures range from mid 30's at night to upper 50's during the day. I want to put Flood's CWF-UV out, but the lower temp range is 50. I have 4 days of mainly sunny weather starting tomorrow. Will it work? I have an email into Flood's but no answer as of yet.
Thanks
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Charles Gilley wrote:

http://www.floodco.com/mediaroom/news_releases/deck_news.html#Anchor-TIPS-38103
Excerpt:
"If your deck is more than one year old, apply a finish before cold weather arrives. Most quality finishes should not be applied if the temperature drops below 50 degrees Fahrenheit at night. The best protection is an oil-based finish that penetrates deep and offers protection from the inside out. Floods CWF-UV has a unique formula that allows it to penetrate deep into the wood pores instead of resting on top where it can scuff off."
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Charles Gilley wrote:

I don't recall seeing this product in the Consumer Report reviews of deck treatements. How does it compare to Sikkens DEK, etc.?
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