Securing outdoor furniture during bad weather is important to prevent damage and injury. Here are a few tips for securing outdoor furniture during bad weather:

    1. Move furniture inside: If possible, move furniture inside during bad weather to protect it from wind, rain, and other elements.
    2. Secure furniture with straps or ties: Use straps or ties to secure furniture to the ground, a nearby structure, or each other to prevent it from blowing away in strong winds.
    3. Use furniture covers: Cover furniture with weather-resistant covers to protect it from rain and other elements.
    4. Use weights: Place weights or sandbags on furniture legs to keep it stable during high winds.
    5. Secure to the ground: tie down or remove any hanging chairs from the stand or ceiling and tie them securely to the ground to prevent them from becoming damaged or causing injury in high winds.
    6. Clear the area: Remove any loose items such as cushions, pillows, or toys from the area to prevent them from becoming projectiles in strong winds.
    7. Keep an eye on the weather: Keep an eye on weather forecasts and take action to secure your furniture before bad weather hits.

It's also important to use furniture that is specifically designed for outdoor use, and that is made with durable materials that can withstand harsh weather conditions. Outdoor furniture made of metal, plastic, or wicker with UV protection is a good option.

By following these tips, you can help secure your outdoor furniture during bad weather and protect it from damage. And also, if you have any doubts about the stability of your furniture, it's best to err on the side of caution and bring it inside during bad weather.