My daytime temperatures are right on the mark at 101.5 or extremely close like .3 or something like that. My problem is at night my temperature drops to around 99.8 and I don't know what to do about it. I have turned off the airvents in that room and tried wrapping a towel around the base of the incubator without covering the top of it and still that does not work. Does anyone have any clue as to what I could do, without having to physically change the incubator temperature control several times a day, to maintain a higher temperature at nighttime. (yes my dh does keep the house at arctic temperatures at night) Will this be detrimental to my hatching or just make them a little later? Thanks.