TIP #5 Check the weather
Strong winds can severely hamper your ability to control your drones so it's important to check wind speeds before take off. Some of the most expensive and powerful drones still struggle in high winds and there are plenty of videos out there showing pilots losing control when gusts come along.
Temperature is also another really important consideration. Some drones simply won't operate if their batteries are below a certain temperature but you also need to think about other factors, like the risk of damage to motors and other internal electronics. It's important to check individual drone manufacture guides, as this can differ from model to model. Almost all consumer drones should not be flown in temperatures below zero.
Also think about your ability as a pilot in different weather conditions. If visibility is poor, you might struggle to maintain visual line of sight with your drone if it's more than a few feet away. In cold weather, you might lose dexterity and sensitivity in your hands, affecting your ability to control your drone. Think about your ability to pilot your drone as well as the drone's performance itself.