It was 20 here this morning with a pretty stiff breeze for the opening day of deer season, so I know what you mean.
It seems like I see turkeys many years when I'm deer hunting with blaze orange cap & vest. Most times, they don't seem to pay much attention to me, unless I pay too much attention to them. It really used to surprise me that they did not spook but they reacted the same way they do when I see them on the property during the off season.
There have been a lot of studies over the years about the effects of blaze orange on wild turkeys and on the safety of turkey hunters who use it.
As you are probably aware, at least one state did away with its blaze orange requirement when turkey hunting and although some attempted to institute it here in Illinois, it did not happen.
Rob Keck and others with the NWTF came to Illinois to testify in opposition to that at hearings a few years ago. They had statistics that backed-up their position. It seems that blaze orange can be taken, by some hunters, for the red of a gobbler's head and make it more, not less dangerous.
Long answer to your short question, sorry.
"If he's out of range, it just means that he has another day and so do you."