Hey all, Yes,it's my first time hatching chicks,though I've raised them for quite awhile. I started with 5 eggs,and ended up with 3. My hen Scarlet attacked one (after which I fenced off the broody) and one was infertile and rotted. I have my Silkie hen Rosey brooding them,so already on the right track with a hen I know is a good mother,seeing as I got her with a chick who is now almost a year old rooster. The situation here is that one of the 3 has already pipped just today.There's a little hole in the egg,I can see a bit of wet feather and the beak,the baby is peeping. The time isn't wrong or anything,it's been long enough for this to happen and I know Rosey knows what she's doing,my only question is about the temp outside. I live in Massachusetts and the nights have gotten to about 40 or a bit below already. Is it too cold to leave Rosey and the eggs out there? I'm worried that the one trying to hatch will die in the cold,but I don't want to risk adding stress to either mama or baby. So far I've left them all be,but I don't want to be heartbroken in the morning. Does anyone have any advice? Thank you in advance!!!