a stupid storm window question
OK, so I'm going around my 120 yo house tightening things up for the winter. I'm starting to notice gaps between my storm window frames and the exterior sill, on most of my windows. It seems to me that airtight storms would be a good thing, and I should caulk these gaps. My only concern is that if the space between the storms and the original windows is too airtight, it can overheat and bake the glazing, or become too damp. I get a lot of condensation on my bedroom windows as it is (I don't use humidifiers; I have and use bathroom vent fans). Is there anything else I should be concerned about? I'm very tempted to just get going with the caulk. I'll try to snap a picture.