This is our first winter with peeps and I'm not sure if/when to close up the coop. Winters are mild here. We may get a few quick cold snaps a little below freezing but nights typically stay at 32 to 38 degrees with days in the 40s and 50s. (No snow - just fog/rain storms.) Our VERY small coop has vent holes along the top under the roofline and a few screened windows (no glass) around their roost ladder with hinged doors to close them up . I plan to close them when it rains but would like to leave them open as much as possible for ventilation and light. How well will they tolerate wind? Any draft a bad draft or just colder temperatures? We can get crazy windy storms here, with and without rain. I'm thinking I should close the windows up at night since they will be roosting near them and open in the mornings, but if I could leave them open, I would prefer that - one less chore in the morning chaos. Any thoughts appreciated. All our birds are cold-hardy breeds if that matters.