Much of my snow removal power equipment lives in one of those temporary sheds. It has the cables that strengthen the roof, and even though it has flipped over in the wind several times over the years it has never failed due to snow load. Of course, during a storm I always clear the roof off before bed late at night, then wake up and clear it first thing in the morning.
The problem is, it has never seen a storm like the one that is supposed to be dished up tonight! Also, it's showing it's age. I fear that many hours of 2-3" of snow per hour may be too much for the rig.
So my choices are leave the prime snow removing tool (Craftsman Pro/Berco snowthrower) in the shed over night and cross my fingers that it doesn't collapse, or pull the tractor out in front of the shed, throw a tarp over it, and hope the snow doesn't collapse the Original Tractor Cab (not too worried about this), or put the minivan out in the snow, and the tractor in the garage. Remember, the best thing about having a garage is that I haven't had to clear snow off a car since 1999.