Guys, I may be different than everyone but I don't necessarily wait for that perfect sunny day to reopen mine. If I end up camping in the rain, which can happen a lot if you camp a lot, I open it up even if the forecast is for more rain. Here is my thought, everything is already wet, and a warm moist environment is a breeding ground for bad stuff to happen while you wait for your next nice day which could be a few days down the road. However, even in the rain, the air is circulating through the inside and can dry it much faster. They are designed to withstand reasonable weather, they aren't designed to sit packed up while wet so I lift mine as soon as I get home, even in the rain.
2015 Flagstaff MAC BR23SC
1970 Baja - The original SUV
Oh you just put a loud muffler on your Honda?
It must be really