I had planned on a brew day last weekend, so I made my starter the day before I was to brew. But of course, life and being a father happens and brew day doesn't always get to happen according to my plans. My erlenmeyer (2L) doesn't fit in my fridge, so I had to set it out in my brew room. It's roughly 40-50F (6-10C) in the room, varying from day and night. So basically, I'm asking if my starter is still good? Should I feed it, via decanting the clear stuff and adding new wort and nutrients? OR Is it just dead and I should do another starter? I haven't seen any signs of infection and it still smells/looks ok. It's got a nice layer of yeast at the bottom, equivocal to the starters I've used before (that haven't sat out longer than a day at room temp. 20-22C (68-72F).