Before I explain my situation, I made my own grow box out of a 27gal Sterilite storage container. I attached a 50W LED light to the top of the box and a small computer fan cut out into the side for artificial wind. Skip to the bottom if you don’t want to read the explanation. I have started three plants indoors in this container that I intended on transferring outside once the weather became suitable for cannabis growth. Unfortunately, one of my three plants began to grow too tall for the box. I put the plant outside in the 75 degree daytime and 55 degree nighttime weather because the leaves were beginning to curl inward like a taco (assuming this was due to being too close to the light). The next day we had a mild rain and I let the plant stay outside in a 1gal bucket for awhile in the rain. When I went to check on it, the plant was knocked over and wouldn’t stand straight up. I fixed the plant with TLC and it’s now standing tall once again. I put the plant back into the grow box and propped the top of the box up higher on a bunch of movie cases, I intend for this to only be temporary. My question is, what do I do now that my plant has outgrow its indoor growing container but the weather is not suitable yet for the plant to reside outside?