I was contemplating doing a dry incubation for my first hatch. I had someone ask me my reasons for doing dry incubation. Of course it was just because it seemed easier, no constant checking and readjusting and adding water, at least until lockdown. I was told that most people that are doing dry incubation are doing so because where they live it is very humid and that humidity plus adding water to the incubator is often too much. I think it's really humid here in East Texas but my neighbor said something yesterday about how "not humid" it is.... So now I'm not sure if it really is that dry and I'm just sensitive to what little humidity there is or is she not sensitive to the humidity. So here is my question: What does the humidity outside need to be in order to do dry incubation?