I doubly endorse all above. Way to young to rip away from the litter at 6 weeks be we don't know the circumstances of why you got her so young.
Also way to young to leave outside, especially a staffy and especially with temps dropping. If you absolutely insist that the dog is an outside dog then let her get up to 9 months to a year old and then transition her to outside. Ensure you buy her a decent warm jacket too.
I say 9 to 12 months because I am thinking of your neighbours here. A young pup has limited, if any, experience of dark nights with strange noises and will bark at a leaf dropping, or a possum scratching, or a cat moving, or anything that startles her or catches her attention. Whineing at 5 am pales into insignificance with a dog barking at a possum at 3am.
I would be buying a crate and having that next to my bed. If you get a soft crate with an opening lid, then you can leave the lid a little open and if she cries, slip your hand into the crate and let her know you are there. This will only happen for one or two nights so live with it.
Once she is used to sleeping in the crate you can move it away from the bed and eventually have it set up in the laundry or garage or wherever except outside. Expect to have to replace the crate a couple of times as Staffies are notorious escape artists.
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