The numbers don't sound too bad, keep an eye on your meters whenever you check the plants (check each shelf on your rack) and see what numbers you get as the seasons and position of your meter change. check the humidity at the driest point inbetween mister on sessions and especially once you install the fan, that will dissipate much of your humidity.
Those numbers look much better. If you want to get really fancy, you can spend $10-$15 on a digital thermometer/hygrometer that records daily highs and lows for both temperature and humidity. Excellent for REALLY seeing what's going on while you're not there to check on it every hour, heh.
And a fan is probably a good idea. Stagnant and wet air is usually a good recipe for stuff you don't want. ^.~
One last question (hopefully), so I think I have the new conditions under control pretty well, except that I think the high humidity is starting to cause trouble with my lights. IF you look at my previous picture, you can see I don't really have the option of putting them external to my plant rack. Anyone have any advice how I can humidity proof them, or isolate them somehow?
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Anyone? Seems like the problem can't be that uncommon, just don't know how to tackle it!