I work with some closely related species to the rudis and to cue them for the upcoming breeding season, right now I'm running my humidifier 24/7. (The summer it's only about 12 hours on) Chameleons sleep like stones so the noise from the humidifier does not wake them up. In fact, chameleons' sense of hearing is rudimentary - they can detect low frequency sounds but not typical noises.
I also run my light schedule according to the rise and set of the sun - not the 12 hours on/12 hours off business. Right now the sun sets about 17:30 and my chams can see that it's dark and are ready for sleep. Why unnaturally keep them up? Obviously I change their "day length" accordingly with the seasons.
Considering your location... I'd keep Goggles (excellent name by the way) outside all the time. Make sure he's not in direct sun (he still gets the beneficial UVB in the shade) and the temperatures don't get over 80F. My critters blanch and hide on the bottom of their cages at 85F and anything higher can be lethal to the rudis. Make sure he gets lots of water too. I've had my chameleons outside when the nighttime temperatures have dropped into the 40's with no ill effects. As long as they can warm up the next day, your outside night temps of 60ish is more than fine.
Keep us posted on Goggles' progress and don't be shy about asking questions. The rudis (and related species) are my absolute favourites!
Oh, my, god. Becky, look at her cham. It is so small. She looks like, one of those herp guys' girlfriends. But, y'know, who understands those herp guys anyways? They only talk to her, because, she looks good in khaki's, 'kay? I mean, her cham, is just so small. I can't believe it's just so ungrateful, it's like, out there, I mean - gross. Look! She's just so ... AWESOME! (And modest)