Well, I am on day 6/7 of incubating 8 d'Uccle eggs. Even though I live on an Island every so often during winter the weather pattern changes and we get a warm, dry as a bone, wind that comes in from the Arizona and Southern California deserts and our normal humidity of around 60% drops to less than 10%. Of course this happened after I put eggs in the incubator! For the last two days I have been struggling to keep the humidity up in the bator and try as I might it kept crashing down to 15-25%. I just candled for the first time and the air cell seems very large (over 1/4 or more of the egg) for this stage of the egg. On the positive side, the eggs have 100% fertility and look like otherwise they are developing nicely. The incubator is an Octagon 10 and I have both water channels full and I just repositioned the eggs so I could fit a wet wash cloth. This brought the humidity up over 50% but am wondering if this is too little too late. Do you think there is decent chance of any hatching successfully? Thanks!!!