Wonder if any of you have had experience with something like this? I had my bator heated up and adjusted. Put eggs in Thurs. afternoon about 3p.m. Fri. morning we had tornadoes in the area, high wind, and the electricity went off about 9 a.m. (meaning eggs had been in the bator about 18 hours) Electricity stayed off till midnight (so off about 15 hours). Are the eggs ruined, or is there a pretty good chance that maybe they hadn't started to develop that soon, and might still be ok? The bator is in the house, but it cooled down to 70 or 75 degrees pretty quickly, and stayed down like that till the electricity came back on. The eggs are little Serama eggs, from my little new layers, so are really small and probably didn't hold heat as well as a large egg, either.