I incubated eggs in the summer and I had the hardest time keeping humidity up. I had to get a humidifier. I am incubating eggs now, in fall, and there is like no water in the incubator at all and the humidity is at 40 on one temp taker and 46 on the other. I mean I have not had to add water very often at all. It is holding in the humidity real well. I would have thought that in the summer when it is so humid here that it would have been doing fine and now when there is not as much it should be harder to keep it up. This has baffled me. By the way, I have read up on humidity and i know some stay in the 40 range and some a little lower. Is my humidity ok? I just put them in yesterday. Also, I have the the temp taker from incubatorwarehouse and and from walmart in there. The thing was before I put in eggs the first one and last one were pretty much the same. I know after putting in eggs they go wonky and I expected that and now they have evened out again. The thing is the fist says it is 98, the second 99, and the last 100. I know that 98 aint that bad that it can make the eggs develop slower but should I try to get it higher up or not since the others say they are high enough. Thanks. I figure i am okay at this point but i tend to overthink and worry.