We live in WA state. The humidity outside is 93% it is about the same in the coop. My question is, being in an area like this with all the humidity in the air should I only worry if it is more humid in the coop than outside? The temp is 32 outside its 40 in the coop and that was with the top open to do the nightly water and food. I have ordered one of those warmers to keep the water from freezing overnight we have had a rabbit waterer and now as of 10 minutes ago we have chicken nipples that are not leaking at all. So it is dry and they all snuggle together in about 3-4 inches of pine shavings. They are still only 10 week pullets they seem to do fine and do not want to roost on the perch. They discovered dust bathing today in the pine shavings. I will add sand soon, will I have to scoop that with a kitty litter scooper?