First big Texas thunderstorm has shown the weaknesses in our coop/run set up. It may be predator-proof, but the entire run is wet - draining quickly but up to a few inches deep when the downpour is at it's heaviest (the tarp covering part of the run is filling and dumping). There is also some light leaking in the roof of the coop. All the chooks are damp (some more than others) and they are all 7-9 weeks old. The outside temperature has been in the 90s every day and 70's at night. So here is the question: Current inside coop temp is still above 75, do I need to worry about the chickens being sort of wet for a while? It most likely will NOT drop out of the 70's even over night.