Due to unforseen circumstances and unfortunate shipping dates, our Silver Lace Sebright eggs will be arriving tomorrow. The post office is closed so they'll be put on the delivery truck (they're marked call to pick up but I called and they said on Sat they'll deliver anyway). The high tommorow is 96 degrees with 77% humidity. Should I just rest the eggs in the incubator when I get them and leave them alone for 24 hours before turning? I read on another post that in hot weather that was better to do than letting them sit out and possibly killing the ones that had already begun to develop. I also planned on candling first to see how juggled they got on the ride, although I'm really not sure how much I'll be able to see since it's so early.