Hi there! I live in eastern Washington state and it's been in the high 90's during the day, 60's at night, and doesn't look like it will be cooling down any time soon. Any recommendations for moving my flock to the coop? I've read about confining them to the coop for a week to "coop train" them but in this heat I am worried. The coop has several screened windows with hardware cloth and vents up top. Should I just put them out there with access to the run too? They are 4 weeks old (2 buff orpington's, 2 ameraucauna's, and 2 silver laced wyandotte's). I'm fine waiting a few more weeks but I think they are ready to get some more room and the brooder is getting smaller…. or they are getting bigger! Any advice would be greatly appreciated! Thank you!