Right now we're smack in the middle of the projected path! Anybody else? We designed our coop with lots and lots of ventilation, with the ability to "winterize" it by adding panels and replacing one screen wall with solid wood. After the coop itself was finished, I wasn't pressing my husband to hurry up and build the winterizing accessories because, to be frank, we were both burned out on coop-building. But we're gonna need it if that hurricane hits. On the other hand, I still have a couple of large dog crates in my garage. Over the summer, on a couple of the very worst hot days I transferred my little flock of six mellow pullets in there during the day out of fear of heat exhaustion. I could put them in the crates the night before the storm hits, and possibly get them back out to the coop the next afternoon, or worst case scenario they sleep in the crates a second night and go back outside the next morning. Chilling in the garage never seemed to bother them much. I am also worried about a tree or limbs hitting the coop even if we are able to make it watertight. I don't want to stress them out, and I think in general they are better off outside, but as long as I have the capability to give them a more secure place to weather the storm I'm thinking I should do so.