I got to thinking (which can be a dangerous thing) that I've never read anything that explains why high temperatures are bad for cigars. Assuming that the cigars have been properly frozen to remove the risk of beetles, what happens to a cigar that is stored at 80 deg. instead of 65 - 70 ? The higher temp will affect the RH in the air but not the total moisture content if the storage is air tight. I'm not talking about storing at over 100 deg, I'm just wondering if summer temperatures are as big a worry as most people seem to think. Can anyone educate me?