Spending Thanksgiving in Disney World?
What an exciting time! If you are headed to the Most Magical Place on Earth for Turkey Day, you’ve probably got packing on the mind. We’re here to help! Let’s take a look at the weather forecast for next week in Disney World.
According to The Weather Channel, temperatures are going to COOL DOWN this week. Last week had beautiful but still warm and mild temperatures. This week, it could get chilly!
So, without further ado, let’s get into the specific forecast and a few tips to help you weather the weather during your late November Disney trip!
Monday, November 22nd will start the week with temperatures that are consistent with what we’ve been seeing during the day. This week is certainly going to feel cool for central Florida — especially during the evening.
Look at that low! A 49-degree evening will welcome us into the week on Monday. 49 degrees! That’s SO chilly for Florida! Definitely make sure you’re dressed for this chill when the day starts to cool down.
The next day, November 23rd brings us a COOLER day with a high of 62 degrees during the day and keeping that low down at a brisk 48 degrees.
We might see some showers on Monday, but after that, this week has a LOW rain chance. We should get the precipitation out of the way at the start of the week and then be able to stay dry!
On Wednesday, November 24th, we’re going to see temps jump up just a little bit. So, we’ll be seeing low-70s heat at the hottest part of the day. Your low is gonna hang out at 55 degrees.
Most of the forecast shows intervals of clouds and sunshine. With those mild temperatures, we’re looking at some BEAUTIFUL days. Just keep in mind that that also means cooler nights!
For Thursday, November 25th, we’re seeing a day with another little slide up in temperatures in the mid-70s and an evening at 59 degrees.
Humidity levels are inching lower as well. This week we’re seeing mostly 60% and 70% predictions. That might be low for Orlando but it still might be a lot higher than you’re used to at home! Keep in mind that humidity can make it feel a few degrees warmer than it actually is.
The week continues with another tic up in temperatures in the day and in the nighttime on November 26th. Friday brings us the warmest temperatures of the week.
Make sure you’re still wearing plenty of sunscreen on a cooler week like this! The Florida sun is intense and you don’t want to be caught with uncomfy burns.
Saturday, November 27th brings us pretty similar temperatures to the day before. Here, we’ll see a 74-degree high and a 60-degree low.
Days are getting a bit shorter but you should still have plenty of daylight. Next week, sunrise should hit around 7AM and it will set around 6:30PM.
And we’ll wrap up our week on November28th with still warm temperatures during the day and a beautiful day of mixed sunshine and clouds.
This week is one for LAYERS. You’re looking at an almost 20-degree difference between the day and night temps some days. Make sure you have a warm layer so you’re ready when the temperatures DROP.
Overview of the Week
Here is a full overview of the week according to The Weather Channel. Temperatures are projected to fluctuate over the course of the week. We’re looking at a range of low-60s to high-70s highs and high-40s to low-60s lows.
Other websites like Click Orlando News 6…
…and WESH 2 News have similar forecasts throughout the week.
Now, this forecast is subject to change! Florida has notoriously changeable weather, so keep checking that forecast as you head out for your trip and once you arrive.
Tips for Weathering the Weather!
So, what are our best tips for packing when it comes to this week’s forecast?
Our number one tip for a fall and winter trip to Disney World? Layering! This week is bringing us warm days and downright cold nights. That’s a recipe for ending up badly dressed for the weather.
We don’t want to see you stuck with short sleeves on a chilly evening or with heavy pants during a hot day. The trick to this is to bring a light layer like a jacket, hat, or scarf in your bag. That way you can toss it on to warm up when the temps drop.
Disney World can be a surprisingly intense vacation. Not only are you out in the sun all day, but you’re also walking MILES at a time around the theme parks. Your body might not be used to these conditions so it’s important you’re taking care of yourself!
Drink lots of water, take breaks when you need to, and wear that sunscreen (yes, even when it’s a chillier day!). A Disney day can be ruined if you find yourself a little dehydrated, burnt, or sick!
And that’s the forecast for next week! As always stay tuned to DFB for all the latest Disney updates.
Are you headed to Disney World next week? Tell us in the comments!