I live in the deep South about 20 miles from the Alabama Gulf Coast. My water temp in my 22'x52" above ground pool is 72 degrees and nobody is going to be swimming in that. I wanted to go ahead and close the pool but after reading everything here, I see that I need to wait until the water drops below 60 degrees. My question is can I reduce the run time of my pump and SWG to save on electricity while I wait? Currently, I run the pump 8 hours and the SWG for 6 hours each day. We don't really get cold, cold weather here so I'm not sure how long it will take for the water to get down to that temperature. If it takes a while, I don't want to be paying for the electricity being used up when the pool is not being used. Also, if I reduce the run time of the pump and SWG, should I go ahead and get the pooled cleaned out and covered so the sun doesn't burn up my chlorine? I only have the cover that came with the pool. Thanks.