Anyone ever seen their egg boiling water out of the dome? We had some heavy rains through here the end of last week and this weekend. Egg was uncovered in the table because it was still cooling when the rains started. I fired it up about 24 hours after the rains stopped, brought it up to about 450 dome to sear some thin steaks before upping the temp to do pizzas. Was standing there drinking a beer as it was warming up and noticed that the dome, previously dry was now covered in water droplets like it had just rained. Then i noticed the dome started to steam, as it boiled the drops off. A bit later I heard a steaming/boiling noise and looked closer and saw that water was boiling out hundreds of small cracks in the dome glaze. I didn't think that the dome would absorb so much water. I guess as long as it doesn't reduce the longevity of the glaze it doesn't matter. Kinda strange though.
Rochester, NY - XL BGE