Well guys, I purchased 24 eggs from a breeder out west so I could get some new colors. They got here safe and sound and they are some very pretty, pretty, pretty eggs. I was so impressed. They went into the incubator after sitting for 24 hours and lock down was this past Sunday, August 28. Well, I live in Virginia and was only suppose to get a couple inches of rain with 20 mph gusts. So we didn't prepair for anything. However we got instead over 6 inches of rain with gusts from 60 to 70 mph. We got hit hard by the hurricane. Electric went out on Saturday, August 27 early in the storm. It is now Wednesday and still no electric. The temp and humidity in the incubator has been all over the place from down in the 80's to up in the 110's for temps ( I put the incubator in the car to try and raise the temp but it hit 110, sounded like a good idea at the time). The humidity has been in the 90's and 100's. I was holding out because sometimes eggs can surprise you but I think they are all dead. I candled them using a flash light and all were full but I couldn't see anything moving but I have never seen anything moving in a guinea egg because they are so thick so I think I will wait another day before giving up. I hate giving up and it's not the money that I spent on the eggs that bothers me, it's losing the keets. OH well. Theres always next spring.