I am a brand new chicken owner with 4 adorable little babies - 2 buff opringtons, 1 australorp and 1 light brahma. I live in the Sacramento area and it can get as cold as 30 degrees in the winter and as hot as 110 in summer (low average in winter is 38 and high average in summer is 92) . Given my climate, are there any special considerations when building their coop? The coop will be facing NW with our home blocking all SE exposure. When my chicks are about 6-8 weeks old and have feathered, I'd like to move them out to the coop. The average temps here during that time are 58H/42L, do you think I am safe to move them? If not, I currently do not have a solution for keeping them inside until they are 5-6 months old and our temps start to raise again. If I will need a light in the coop I need to consider that now while planning the build for my coop. Like I said, I am a brand new owner so any amount of advice is greatly appreciated.