Okay so I live in South Dakota. And as you may know it has been an exceptionally dry winter. This is my first run with my bator and the humidity I could not get over 10 but after some research and some good candling results I continued. Well I just started lock down Saturday night and the humidity will not get over 40%. I placed a small jar of water with a sponge in it in the bator knowing I might have issues. I am also running a vaporizor outside the incubator. Tonight the kids notice I have the first little peep hole cracked out of one of the eggs. Do I need to continue worrying about the humidity? And what else is there to do?