Moisture and Impression

We are working with a Windmill. We are located in Southern California. Lately, we had an issue getting a good deep hit on some 20pt Lettra. It has been cold ( CA cold 45-60 ) and rainy leaving humidity around 70-90%. Our unit has no heat or climate control only a beer fridge and Netflicks. I have read about spritzing a sheet with water to help get a better hit. I figured the weather related moisture in the sheet would help give a better hit. I ended using a lot of packing and impression to get the job done. Can moisture in a paper cause the problem we had. I felt like I was trying to print on a wet sponge. The normal hit kind of deflected away leaving no good impression. Is there some way the cold and rain could have effected the Windmill?

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