Yes if tied down properly. However, not during extremely windy conditions. The instructions state " This product is not intended to be used during heavy rain, wind, hail, snow or other inclement weather." And "The shelter top, screen, and sun wall (if included) should be carefully removed during windy conditions to avoid damage to product or personal injury."
answered 5 months, 2 weeks ago
We put the stakes in the uprights and tied the canopy down with the included ties and stakes. It went through a medium storm and was fine. If it was a stronger storm, we would have used addition ties downs or taken the screen and canopy off.
We have left it up, but it does get stuff wet inside. It does need to put tied down
Ours survived two big rainstorms.
I would say yes because once it is staked down by it is very secured.
Yes, if it is properly erected and staked.