In the United Kingdom, using bouncy castles and inflatables in adverse weather conditions is generally discouraged and often regulated to ensure the safety of participants, particularly children. Adverse weather conditions can pose significant risks to both users and operators of these inflatables. Here's an overview of the considerations:

1 Wind: High winds are a major concern when it comes to bouncy castles and inflatables. Strong gusts of wind can cause these structures to become unstable, potentially leading to them toppling over or being blown away. To address this, there are wind speed guidelines that inflatable operators should adhere to. Most guidelines recommend shutting down operations if wind speeds exceed a certain threshold (typically around 24-28 mph).