There's a huge blizzard, as some of you have heard about, that's going to hit the Northern states. My state is expected to get 10-20" of snow this weekend! We have two chicken coops; one was made out of a wooden storage shed that we've had for a long time and the other is inside a two-car garage. I'm pretty sure that the storage shed coop will be fine during the blizzard, but I'm worried about the coop inside the garage.The roof of the garage has not been very sturdy all this year and we haven't had a chance to fix it lately. We are worried that the roof or part of the roof is going to cave in because of the weight of the snow and the force of the wind, which is expected to be close to being as strong as hurricane winds. What should we do with the chickens in the garage??? We can't put them in the storage shed coop because the roosters would fight with each other (plus the aggressive Red Star hens wouldn't mix well with the dominant Buff Orp hens...trust me I've had experience with them being mixed together and it doesn't go well...) and it would be a bit crowded...So that's not an option. I was thinking about bringing them in the house, but my dad doesn't agree. Where could we put them??? There are two Buff Orp hens, a bantam hen, an Amer. hen, a Cochin/Amer. pullet, a big Cochin rooster, and a Cochin/Buff Orp pullet...That's 7 total chickens! And they aren't chicks anymore, so I obviously can't just bring them inside and keep them in a brooder box like i could if they were chicks. Has anyone had to keep there chickens in their house before? How did you do it? How can we possibly keep 7 grown chickens in the house for a whole weekend??? Help!!! Thanks!