Absolutely Bill 👍
"but as it dries it will try to shrink."
And because it was cold, 8-10°, it would dry much slower allowing the solvents more time to work on the previous paint.
Ideal spraying temperature is minimum 20°C, ensuring that the solvents evaporate quickly.
Even if the paint had dried smooth the gloss would have probably fogged, so called 'blooming', at that low temperature.
Peter: the main 'secret' ingredient for successful spraying is PATIENCE!!
Cheers, Doug 😎
PS: I can see why you titled your thread 'Spray Paining Problem' 😭 Clever 😉