So yesterday morning, lost electricity for 3 hours. I had wrapped the bator and didn't have to bad of a drop in temperature. Cooked chicken eggs on the BBQ for breakfast . All was fine. Last night again lost electricity. This time I wrapped the bator, the temp slowly cooled, added more towels, the temp kept cooling added wool blankets, it continued its downward plunge. When the electricity came back on 3 hours later, the temperature had gotten down to I think it was 78 degree.s. Came back up nicely, but this morning when I got up Humidity was down to 25%. Do you think there is any chance of a hatch? I set eggs Tuesday the 21st around Noon. I am supposed to put it in lockdown Tuesday or Wednesday. The little eggies may have thought they were in lock down last night, so I will watch for earlies, but I don't know. This is the fault of a Squirrel. A squirrel got fryed and blew up a transformer down the street. Well that was what happened in the morning. Don't know about the evening outage. Well I enjoyed my peanut butter and jam tortillas for dinner anyway. edited to add: I set up 2 brooders just in case, am going to wait until Wednesday morning to lock down unless I see some movement before. Locking down now - humidity is easing upward. Edited to add One is Pipping and a Popping. The larger greenish egg. What color?