It's not always easy to get a mover to do the right things when the weather is poor. There can be some mess involved if the weather is wet. Thankfully though, you can actually prevent this chaos by doing some things beforehand to make the move smoother.
Weather Proof Your Boxes
If you are moving in wet weather, you probably don't want soggy boxes. That's why if you want to move in this season, the best thing to do is use plastic boxes instead of cardboard ones. This may require asking friends to borrow their Rubbermaid boxes or any like boxes. You can use packing tape to secure the lids. This will ensure that your heavier items don't get put down in a puddle and then start to leak out of the soggy box. If you do not have money for plastic boxes, you can always put a layer of packing tape or duct tape on the bottom of the boxes. This will also serve to be a protective barrier just in case the bottom of the box gets a little wet.