This is my first hatch they were a surprise, I'm on day 7. I just candled them and they look to be developing well, the air cells are decently sized but not too big. But I'm concerned about the humidity, I have a cheap little incubator that only has temp control. I ordered a hygrometer but it wont be here until its almost lock down time. I'm out in Puna and its regularly 60-70% humidity, I know hatching is anywhere from 60-75% but I'm still worried about them drowning. They are local eggs so as long as I keep an eye on the air cells they'll be okay right? If I find that they air cells aren't growing fast enough are their any tips, other than don't add more water which is a given, that you can give me to lower my humidity?