Okay before I start building my new coop(12x12) I want to make sure I have everything in place. Im going by the old saying 'measure twice, cut once' phrase. Trying to 'get all my ducks in a row' sorta speaking. Okay okay..enough of that. Lol. With my old coop I have a huge problem with the inside getting wet when it rains. Its a 4x8 coop with vents along the top part on the 4' sides. See picture below..its the top part of the coop with wire covering it. It seems to be enough air circulation in there, but when it rains the nests boxes get wet and so does half of the coop. The two vents are facing North and South, are these in the wrong location? Do they need to be East and West? I live in Central Tx, so it gets hot here! I need some ideas PLEASE! Remember.. I live in Central Texas- hot hot summers! I need to have plently of air circulation(see above reason), but not drafty The vents need to be in a place where rain cannot get inside or at least an idea of how to prevent rain from getting in Okay dont laugh, its ugly as sin, but its what was left here by the previous owners and the chickens dont seem to mind it too much..