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Tricks to holding temp on windy night?

knisely1 Posts: 6
edited January 2012 in Pork
The last few overnight cooks have been on windy nights with fronts coming through...

I find that the temps spike from the wind, then fall when the winds die down for a few hours, causing the temps to dip in the egg (of course this is at 3am)...

Any suggestions for consistency?