Hi everyone. Help - I need reassurance! Or to know the grim truth, if there's no reassurance to be had. My incubator, a new hovabator in a 70 degree room, was unplugged for 3 hours today. When I discovered it and plugged it back in, the air temperature in the incubator read 85 degrees F. This incubator contains 1 set of eggs that have been incubating for 10 days, and one set that have been incubating for 2 days. What can you all tell me about my chances for survivors, in each group? This is very upsetting, as the 2-day set contains some esoteric hatching eggs that I had been waiting for for a month, expensive la, and the 10-day set contains some eggs from a special breeding I had set up with a pair of my own chickens, who were isolated together for weeks to produce these eggs As I write, ~ 30 minutes after fixing the plug, I see it's risen to 95 degrees F. Please, please please let things be ok.