Hello, I am taking five hens in today that a neighbor was not prepared to care for properly. They have are young, about a year old, and have lived in an inadequite coop with a tarp as a wind block. All seem healthy. They were brought into the neighbors bathroom 2 days ago, because of the extreme wind chills.They are bringing them to me now. It is currently 26 degrees.Tonights low will be in the teens. My coop is well insulated. My question is this, will introducing them into my flock tonight be too much of an extreme temperature change from being brought into the house? I can keep them in a garage( probably 10 degrees warmer than the outside) until this weekend when the temps will be 30s/40s. Thank you for any advice you may have!!