I brewed a 5 gallon batch of amber ale (a stone levitation clone) the other night. I cooled my wort down to just under 80 degrees. I would have liked it a bit cooler, but a time issue was looming, so I pitched it at about 78 or so. I put the airlock in and called it a night. The question and concern I have is that a front moved through my area the next day, dropping the wort temp to 55 to 60 degrees. When I got back home, I moved the bucket into my house where the temp will be in the normal range. When the wort rises a bit in temp will I start seeing some activity in the airlock or is the yeast shot. I'm assuming the yeast is just dormant and will come alive when the right temp is reached. What should I be looking forward to. Thanks for all the help.