Hello all; I recently got into growing, after being gifted a bunch of what I told were purple kush seeds. I have never grown anything before, I don't smoke pot, I'm not a seller, I'm just... curious. So, I decided to learn. Since the end of April, I have been vegging 3 plants outdoors, just growing them on the deck. 2 of the three seem fairly average, but the third is a BEAST. It grew taller, faster, thicker and fuller than the other two, with stalks that are like metal rods. When I started supercropping, it took pliers to crush the fibers enough to bend them, and the thing has been sporting 11 point leaves since the 4th node. Anyways, 2 days ago, I bought a 5x5 heavy duty grow tent and set it up inside an old weedshed, since the shed had a concrete floor and was fairly cool inside - about 5 degrees cooler inside than out - and because the shed served to hide the tent. So, I'm all set up, with my lights (LED's, because i was really worried about heat), a fan, a really high quality 400 cfm fan and a carbon filter, which vents to outside the shed, and draws it's intake air from inside of the shed. (both of the intakes are via ducting that bends 180 degrees twice, to keep light from leaking into the tent through the ducting) I just finished 36 hours of dark (though, the tent did get opened at night and there was some flashlights and setup stuff involved before I learned anything about the hazards of light leaks. oops!) So, my question is, how hot is too hot for inside the tent? Right now, the Island I live on is undergoing a massive heat wave, with temperatures approaching 104 degrees at the peak of day. (40C) No matter how hard I try, I can't get the tent temperature to get any lower during the day than 95, give or take a degree. (35). Also, I can't get the humidity to come up above 35%. Putting in an air conditioner isn't an option, and the best I can do for the humidity is spray the tent with a mister several times a day during the light hours. I'm thinking of soaking an entire tray of rockwool in water and leaving it in the tent to try to bring up the humidity a bit, but not sure if that will work or not. Anyways. Right now, it's HOT here, with forest fires burning out of control in every direction, smoke so thick you have to chew the air before you inhale, and windy like you wouldn't believe. It's just SUPER hot, with no end in sight, and I can't get my tent to where I want it - about 84 degrees. (29C). I wanted to do the light on cycle during the day to keep the lights from adding to the heat in the tent, but my wife pointed out that plants like cool at night, and having lights on at night and off during the day wouldn't give much heat relief during the dark cycle. And, I want to avoid having the lights on at night because if I need to open the tent to water, trim, maintenance, etc, I didn't want a big purple halo around the yard, as it's a bit of a heat score.. (I live in a very urban sprawl) The plants themselves seem to be fine. Healthy, no wilting, the tops are all starting to shift in color to that pale green/yellow indicating flowering is starting, holding water ok (IE, not drying out right after watering) and are growing and stretching. I'm just concerned with the heat and low humidity. Is 95 (35C) going to stress them to the point of them going hermie on me? As a first time grower, I am learning a lot, but still a little bit of a helicopter parent!) Relative info: Plants all came from unknown seeds, given to me by a friend. The 2 average ones were germinated with a paper towel and grown indoors for a month, then moved outdoors, the "beast" was germinated in soil, and grown outdoors since before it popped. It's the one with giant 11 point leaves and seems bulletproof. I live in the Pacific Northwest, 7B, 8A hardiness zone, Thanks for any tips!