I have my small still air incubator up and going again for another try. This time I moved it to another area of the house that has less humidity and a more stable temperature. It has been holding very steady at about 101 degrees with a humidity from 35-45%. Does this sound like a workable combination. Last time the humidity stayed around 60% and only about a 3rd hatched because at lockdown the humidity rose to over 80%!!! So what think ye, is the 35-45% humidity ok, too low or too high. And at lockdown, do I need to add anymore water, or just let nature take its course. I add just a little squirt of water every 3-4 days through a vent hole on top of the bator that is covered the rest of the time.