New chicken mom here. We just left the house to make a quick run to the library. While we were gone, a sudden thunderstorm rolled through with heavy rain and some pea-sized hail. It hailed at the library, but I don't think it hailed back at our house. As soon as we got home, I went to check on my 8-week-old chicks and I thought they were in the coop, but they were actually just huddled on top of each other in a corner of their run under a lawn chair. Still, they are all wet now. They seemed a little shell-shocked because I picked them up one by one and put them in the coop and they didn't run away or protest. I closed them in the coop because it is still raining lightly and I'm hoping they'll dry out a bit before bedtime in a couple of hours. It is supposed to get down to 54 degrees tonight. Should I worry that they are soaked and try to dry them off? Or am I being ridiculous and they are chickens and they will be fine? They have been living in their coop/run for 3 weeks. I thought they would have the sense to go in the coop if it was pouring rain!