Hi guys! I'm going to be attempting my first incubation hatch starting tomorrow. I have 6 eggs arriving by mail early tomorrow morning (around 6-7am) and then I'm going to sit them big side up for about 4 hours before I put them in the incubator. I have a Janoel12 incubator and have been working on getting it calibrated for about 24 hours. Everything seems pretty close to the same, but I'm worried about the difference 1-2 degrees could make. Right now I have the thermometer which is built in to the incubator, a digital hydrometer I bought on amazon inside the incubator, and a cheap mercury thermometer inside. Just now when I compared the temperatures these were my readings: incubator: 37.8 C/99.5 F hydrometer: 38.3 C/101 F mercury: ~37.2-37.5 C/~99-99.5 F The humidity just now was at 58% according to the hydrometer, so I am not worried about that, but the temperature differences are making me a little uneasy. Do I need to be worried?