Hello to everyone at Backyard Chickens! And thank you so much for all your helpful advice from a longtime lurker and forum fan. I recently purchased a Hovabator 1588 and am ready to try my first hatch, but reading through the instructions included with the incubator is making me rethink my plans to start the eggs in March. We are in upstate NY and our house is on wood heat, and we experience ambient air temperatures down to 52 F or lower at night, up to 76 F (sometimes as high as 80 F) during the day all winter long. There is no place in our house where temperatures are stable. The instructions state that temperatures below 60 F or temperature changes of more than 10 degrees will affect the incubator performance. Should I wait until late spring and better weather before I try out my incubator, or is there something I can do to insulate the incubator somehow? Thank you kindly for your thoughts!