History/Problem: This question is pretty much a duplicate of Old single pane House window has a crack, can I fix it using a resin? however this is for an old house where the entire window needs repaired. But that is a long term plan due to money. The problem is that we have bought interior storm windows (Indow), but they do not hold up to strong gusts of wind that come through the cracks (there are multiple windows in this state :( ). So, I am trying to fill the gaps to keep the outside from blowing in. Add to it that this is a curved glass, so replacement gets even more complicated at this time.
Question: Per the related question, the accepted answer from @jphi1618 makes sense. But, in the interim what is my best solution to keep it from getting worse and to keep the elements out? I think a two part epoxy is likely best (I was thinking something like Gorilla epoxy), but would just using tape on both interior and exterior work? If I am being realistic, the full repair of all the windows could be 2-3 years out, so I would need something to last a few years.