We unexpectedly obtained our first chickens, 9 of them-more like a rescue really, 3 days ago. We threw together a "hoop coop" and have been working every moment we have to make the coop comfortable for them. It's an 8'x12'' and right now on cinder blocks with a plywood floor and about 6" of straw, walls and roof are cow fence and chicken wire covered with a tarp, the permanent door will be placed today and their nesting boxes are some 5 gal buckets with hay bedding (these girls lay AWESOME). It's 60-70 degrees here daily so we weren't too concerned about insulation as an "immediate need". -we focused more on food, water, and predator proof. I feel like we got a ton accomplished in 3 days Until I looked at the forecast-BIG storms heading to arkansas, 3-4 days of heavy steady rain and high winds. I would almost move the coop to the garage but it's MUCH to heavy. What the heck can I weatherproof this thing quickly and effectively???? Please help!