A low pressure began to move in, so we covered the roof with a tarp to protect all the non-oiled wood from water damage. The clouds gave plenty of warning to the approaching front.
A thin veil of clouds came over the sky and as the day progressed, the clouds slowly became thicker and thicker. By the next morning, the rains had come and the tiny house was safely covered by the tarp.
Having grown up in Puerto Rico, this blue tarp reminded me of the tarp roofs that FEMA would install after a hurricane would peel the roofs off of houses.
Once the weather improves, we can continue working on the tiny house. Slowly but surely, we are installing the plywood roof panels onto the rafters.