Hi, We had severe thunderstorms come though a couple days ago, it was day 12 of incubating in an R-COM 20. The electricity was off for almost 4 hours. I put a blanket over the incubator as soon as the electricity went out. As soon as it came back on I removed the blanket. The temp had dropped 10 degrees but the humidity was up to 60% (from 40%). Within minutes of the electricity coming back on the temp was back up to 99.5 and humidity down to 40%. Do you think it will have an affect on the hatch rate? Also, in an R-COM 20, what should the humidity be during lock down? They are Welsummer eggs. In the past I have had great hatch rates in the R-Com with shipped Marans eggs using 40% humidity and at lock down turning up to 55%. Dumb luck? Thanks!!