My chicks are 3 weeks old. I have been putting them outside in a pen during the day for the past week. Today a storm snuck up on me and I forgot about the chicks outside as I was busy shutting the windows and getting the kids inside and such. My daughter started yelling about the chicks and I ran outside in the rain and threw a tarp over the pen. It was all I could do, it was storming and I wasn't willing to risk my safety. Luckily the tarp did not conmpletely blow off the top, but the chicks were out there for a good hour before I felt it was safe for me to get them in. They were soaked to the bone. It really got cool outside and I am worried that they were too cold and wet for too long-that they may get sick. My daughter and I wrapped them up in towels and I dried them off with a hair dryer on the low setting as well as I could. They are all huddled together sleeping now. A few of them ate a little bit, and they all look good except for the smallest one, Tiny, and I am worried about her because she seemed very wobbly on her feet when I put her back in the brooder, and she shivered for a long time after we brought her in. Has this happened to anyone before? Can chicks catch cold or die from cold?