Okay, got hot here quick (one week cold and wet, the next 90 degrees -- normal spring for Ohio), so we cut our windows in 24 by 36 and 24 by 42, they are storm windows. I can remove all of them, so only hardware cloth is basically over the openings. Then, we have had storms plowing quickly through our area and I am now worried about water flying through the coop. What do you do? The coop was 90 degrees the day we cut the windows in. And I am sure now that there are windows in, the greenhouse effect will be greater. I have seen people with really open areas or open coops, so I am sure it is probably okay. Anyone know if I need to really worry about this? Will the wood shavings on floor dry with enough mixing of the shavings with a rake? The coop is in an area that makes typical awnings very difficult due to wind. Any input is greatly appreciated.