Disney World has been closed since yesterday, and will remain closed today, Thursday, September 29th. We’ve been giving you updates on what’s going on near the resort, including flooding and what’s been happening in the hotels. And now, Disney has made a statement on the storm.
Hurricane Ian continues to threaten much of Florida — including Disney World.
We’ve been tracking the storm since it was just a tropical depression, but Ian has quickly turned into a powerful system and ultimately went past Cuba as a Category 3 hurricane. A Hurricane Watch, Tropical Storm Warning, and flood advisories have been issued for Disney World, and now it looks like Disney World is officially closing its doors due to Hurricane Ian.
Tropical Storm Ian officially become a hurricane recently.
We’ve been watching for updates on this storm for several days now, as Orlando and much of Florida remain in the cone of uncertainty. We’ve shared updates on what Disney is doing to prepare for the storm, changes made at the Orlando Airport in anticipation of the storm, and what you need to know if you’ll be cruising during hurricane season. Here’s the latest update and what you need to know.
If you’re heading to Disney World soon, you may be checking general weather forecasts right about now. If you’ve turned on the news or looked at weather updates recently, you may have heard about Hurricane Fiona.
It is hurricane season right now and hurricane season will last through November 30th. So that might have you wondering whether Hurricane Fiona will impact your Disney World trip in any way? We’ve got the latest updates here.
The best way to cool off when you’re spending long days in the parks has to be a cooling towel.
You don’t want to be uncomfortable on your vacation, plus heat stroke is no joke! We swear by these towels and always keep at least one in our bag any time we are heading into the parks.
Ah, Florida. Home to sunshine, beaches, theme parks — and apparently, the source of everyone’s recent airline travel troubles.
It certainly hasn’t been easy to travel by airplane lately, and experts have cited staffing shortages and jet fuel costs as just some of the reasons why. But now, we might have another insight as to why so many delays and cancelations have been affecting travelers — and it looks like Florida is to blame.
Just like you protect your hands with oven mitts when handling something hot, you also need to protect your skin from the harsh rays of the sun. The Sunshine State does live up to its name, so making sure your skin is protected while visiting Disney World is a must. With all the choices for sunscreen out there it can easily get overwhelming.
We researched and found the best sunscreens for you and your family, no matter what your needs are.
It’s SUMMERTIME, people! Okay, well, summer doesn’t officially start til the end of June, but c’mon — most people think of summer starting after Memorial Day, right?
We know Florida certainly does! Those hot summer temperatures are already hanging out in Central Florida, especially at Disney World. And, now is the time when we know a tonnnn of you are going on your summer vacations, because the crowds are ramping up in the parks, too. But, there’s still a lot of fun to be had, so let’s take a look at the BEST things to do in Disney World in June!
Lately, the weather in Florida has been WEIRD. The typical chilly weather we see up north made its way to Disney World this past winter, and the rainy May showers are starting in March! Between the unpredictable crowds and the weather, even us seasoned Disney professionals can’t figure out what’s up.
If you’ve got a vacation to Disney World coming up during the third week of March (how is this month going so FAST?!), you might want to check the weather forecast in Orlando before you leave. It’s been pretty rainy in Orlando lately, but will the rain, rain, go away? Let’s find out as we take a look at the upcoming weather forecast in Disney World!
It’s beginning to look a lot like springtime in Disney! Now that the Flower and Garden Festival started, we’re seeing floral topiaries all over EPCOT, plus some new seasonal treats have us excited for warmer weather and the upcoming holidays! Yeah, it’s safe to say that spring has sprung in Disney World.
For our friends who have a vacation to Disney World coming up during the second week of March, you might want to see the weather forecast in Orlando before you leave. It’s been pretty warm in Orlando lately, but spring weather sometimes brings rain, rain, and more rain to Disney World. Luckily, we’re back this week to take a look at the upcoming weather forecast in Disney World!