So I borrowed a Lyons Turn X from my son's teacher. I got the humidity to 86 (wet bulb) with temp 100- translates to 56% relative humidity. So then after a couple of hours and I'm thinking this isn't all that hard I check the wetbulb and its up to 100 degrees! I then call Lyons, they say use a turkey baster to collect excess water. I do that, it goes back down. Then I woke up at 3am and it was back up to 100 degrees. I couldn't figure out what to do at 3am so I left it that way, went to an appointment then came back at 10am and called Lyons. They said that the wick had probably dried out and was now reading the normal temperature, not the wetbulb - So I added more water, it seemed fine, two hours later it was up to 100 again. I took the eggs out carefully, took off the screen and sure enough it was completely dry. I am keeping an eye on it, and making sure I put enough water in (I don't think I was opening the fountain enough) but how will the first three days with high temp and mostly low to no humidity work for these eggs? I know some people dry hatch, but I think you add some water, right?