Weather Sample Clauses

Weather. User understands and agrees that during the term of this agreement, User will strictly adhere to the Weather Protocols set forth in the Grand Park Emergency Management Plan. The Grand Park Emergency Management Plan can be found on, and if requested, a printed copy can be produced by the DocuSign Envelope ID: F70FC1B5-F05D-43C0-ACC3-5F3742C62459
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Weather. ‌ Extensions to the Contract Time for delays caused by the effects of inclement weather shall be submitted as a request for a change in the Contract Time pursuant to Article 40. Time extensions are justified only when rain, other inclement weather conditions, or related adverse soil conditions result in Contractor being unable to work at least fifty percent (50%) of the normal workday on controlling items of Work identified on the accepted schedule or updates to that schedule.
Weather. During weather unsuitable for the proper execution of the Work in a first-class manner, all Work affected by such condition shall be properly protected from weather-related damage.
Weather. Outage cancellation approval must be given by a one-up staff member, so the loss of time and preparation are considered for each outage.
Weather. If and when the weather outlook is undesirable, it us up to each Vendor to determine whether or not to attend the market on a given Tuesday. Vendor will notify the Market Manager of any absences. The market as a whole will not close unless the University requests a closure on a particular date.
Weather. Any rainfall, temperatures below 32 degrees Fahrenheit or winds greater than 25 m.p.h. which actually prevents Work on a given day, shall be considered lost time and an additional day added to the Contract Time, provided no work could be done on site, and provided written notice has been submitted to the Owner by the Contractor documenting same.
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Weather. If adverse weather conditions are the basis for a Claim for additional time, such Claim shall be documented by data substantiating that weather conditions at the Project Site were abnormal for the period of time, could not have been reasonably anticipated and had an adverse effect on the scheduled construction.
Weather. In the event of a snowstorm, tornado, hurricane or state of emergency issued by the City of Kingston.
Weather. Lessee assumes all weather related risks, including, but not limited to, responsibility for rental fees, personal property damage (but specifically excluding damage to Tent), personal injury, and time delay. Lessee understands that Tents are temporary structures designed to provide limited protection from weather conditions, primarily sun and rain; however, there may be situations, particularly those involving strong winds and lightning, in which Tents will not provide protection and may even be damaged or blown over. Evacuation of Tents to avoid possible injury is recommended when severe weather threatens the area where a Tent is erected. People must leave the Tent and not seek shelter in a Tent during such conditions. It is best to evacuate when in doubt. Lessee understands that it is Lessee’s responsibility to be aware of changing weather conditions and to exercise his, her, or its best judgment with regard to the evacuation of a Tent. Lessee agrees that, in the event of a predicted or actual storm or excessive winds, Lessor has the right, in its determination, to not erect the Tent or to dismantle any Tent that has been erected to ensure the safety of all involved.
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