Our chicks are a week old today and the temps outside have been on the 100's the past few days. We normally have days in the 90's and the night are fairly cool. The nights can get in the low 70's to high 60's on regular days. We are hoping to have them in their coop within the next few weeks. From what I have read, it is good to leave them in the coop for several weeks when making the transition to the coop. My only concern is will the coop become too hot for them, especially if it 100 degrees outside. Their coop is on the coolest side of the house where the will get the morning sun. Half of it is shaded, while the other half is not. As the day goes on, that whole side is completely in the shade. What do you guys suggest to help keep them cool inside the coop? I am hoping the weeks we are training them to be in the coop the temps are not in the 100's.