Where do you keep your hygrometers at?
So I would like to preface this by saying I know this might be a stupid question but........
A little back story, back in April I bought a NewAir CC-330H, seasoned it and stocked it with a little over 200 cigars. I started using 65% Bovedas and was keeping the temp. between 69-70. For about 6-8 weeks everything was good but before I knew it the RH skyrocketed and 95% of my cigars became way over humidified. This was unfortunately my fault do to improperly seasoning the coolidor by bringing the RH up like what would be done in a standard all wood humidor. Using some wise advise from users here, I slowly brought the RH down using KL. It has been a long process, I started this in July, but I have finally gotten everything evened out where the coolidor is sitting at an average of 65 degrees and 65% RH and I only lost about 10 cigars to mold.
To my question, during this process I used several SensorPush hygrometers top top to bottom to monitor the progress as I went. I noticed that when the hygrometers were sitting toward the front of the shelves they would read a higher (warmer) temp. and a lower RH, if they were placed in the middle of the shelves they would read a lower (cooler) temp. with a slightly higher Rh and if they were placed towards the back of the shelves they would read a low (cold) temp and a high RH. I understand why these readings are different and how the humidity is relative to temperature hence why it is called RH. The difference, depending on the shelf can vary by 3 degrees and 2-4% RH. Now don't get me wrong everything still stays between 63-67% RH and 65-68 degrees and there is nothing wrong with those numbers. My question is simply which sensor placement / reading would be the best and most accurate, front, middle or back?