Hi chicken hatching gurus! I have a question about temp and I have read a lot of posts about this but want to get this hatch right as my first was a complete failure. I have an LG with a fan (I know, get a Hova) It is coming in the mail but not in time for these eggs! Anyway, I am doing fine with humidity but my temp fluctuates just a tad. Not very bad and I can make micro adjustments that seem to be ok (no temp spikes like some people talk about) I have a thermometer that will measure temp on top of eggs and one in a water weasel. The incubator is in the quietest room in the house, minimal sunlight/drafts but still drops down a little at night. It will hum along happily at 99.5 all day then when I get up in the AM it is 98.5. If I turn it up just a tiny bit it will run around 99.5 to 100.5 depending on the time of day. Question is: Would it be better to run slightly warmer or cooler. Last hatch (or lack of) I let it run on the cooler side to be safe and well, it obviously didn't work. Is it safe for the eggs to be 100.5 for a good part of the day? Thanks everyone! P.S. I have towels taped over the windows and tape around the middle to seal the crack where the top and bottom fit together to reduce temp fluctuations which has helped a lot!