my attic grow room was boiling last night and i don't know for how long. when the lights turned on at 8pm and i was finally able to go up to the attic the temp read 130F and some plants looked pretty much dead. they just started flowering for about a week, the room well sealed and ventilated (clearly not well enough) with portable AC blasting but my attic gets up to like 150F degrees and there was no way to contain that heat. i spent half the night moving the grow room from attic to basement (which is always cold but totally not stealth, whatever, no one is invited over my house for 2 months) and took them outside and 6 of the girls got a good watering. 2 girls, feminized bubblegum and sharksbreath showed no signs of even stress, but I'm pretty sure that this is due to them being positioned closest to AC 4 girls look fine and 2 girls looked like they will die last night but now definitely look like they will live. I don't think such a thing causes hermaphrodites but I have a question about yield. I assume that will be my biggest issue since the 2 girls have many leaves that are just crunched up and twisted Going back to veg is not an option. Is there anything I can do to get a better yield out of them? will the twisted leaves come back and look good after a while or will they just die and I should cut them?