We all have varying temperature goals indoors during winter, some would take it colder than most so the normal ideal room temperature is not often met. That is why caution in watering is very important during overwintering. So many cases of cold damage happens due to wrong timing of watering.
And as mentioned the light aspect, if there is not enough windows for natural light ideally on the south side, need to scale down watering or stop watering. But if grow lights are added, then it may help the plants settle in more comfortably to endure the cold season.
So Patrick, plan accordingly where you will position your plants when the time comes, and be very alert of the temperature changes in your area so you will be able to adjust your watering schedule according to the season. Our growing location is different, with our milder winter conditons, and yours is more northeast, much colder and more pronounced winter conditions.