I've read tons of posts with many different answers. OK, I'm on day 19 and I just noticed my humidty was way to high. I started lockdown yesterday with the humdity at 80% and right now it's at 90% I had to open the small door to the incubator and take out the water completely. It's down to 82-85% and won't go much lower. I worry this is to high and may make a problem with the hatch. Will it cause any problems when the humidity get this high? For the first 18 days my humidity was 58-65%. Is this to high? It's hard to get it any lower because I live in a humid climate and the lowest I was ever able to get on my past hatches was around 54% but it was hard to keep it at that level. I never really had a really good hatch rate. My best hatch rate has been around 40% but so far out of 23 eggs in the incubator 2 were duds and the rest seemed to be ok. They're dark eggs so really hard to tell but I could see veins that look like webs inside which is a good sign. I'm hoping it will be a successful hatch rate this time. I'm just really worried about the humidity causing a problem. Any comments would be great and sorry for another Humidity Question. Thanks!!! I'm using a homemade incubator.