What’s the plan if it snows the day of the Siyum Hashas?
It will probably be a very short siyum
Torah is stronger than any rain.
Why do you think you’ll get better answers now
If snow doesn’t stop people from staying out and watching football, it shouldn’t stop Jews from celebrating Torah.
Not a problem. The ads celarly state that Siyuum tickets include
*Private enclosed Suite holder entrance and lobby protected from the elements
* Fully adjustable and precise heating and air-condition systems
*Private suite level washrooms
*Multiple flat-panel televisions in each suite
*Wet bar and fine wine and spirit selection
*Outstanding culinary options from the finest NYC restaurants, all with Chassideshe hashgacha
If you had the poor judgment to purchase an open-air seat in the upper, upper grandstand (perhaps to be closer to the ebeshter in himmel), than you might bring along an umbrella, fleece-lined raincoat (checked for shatnes of course) and a big thermos of chulent (assuming you have a seat near the proper facilities). Otherwise, just rely upon the energy of your davening and tanzin to generate sufficient heat to melt the snow.
They will be giving out a snow shovel with every ticket