Walt Disney World has just announced a number of closures in effect beginning tomorrow afternoon (September 3) in advance of Hurricane Dorian’s approach. These include early closures at all four Parks and Disney Springs as well as information about late-afternoon and evening Advance Dining Reservations on Tuesday.
Hurricane Dorian is rapidly nearing the United States and we just got word that Disney World is closing early to keep everyone safe in the storm.
The Skyliner has been prepped for the storm, Orlando International Airport planned to close (then flip flopped!), and we’ve told you about a few planned closures released by Disney a few days ago, but we’ve been waiting to see if the parks would close early for the storm. Now we know!
Worried about missing your flight to Disney World because of Hurricane Dorian?
Worry no more! With the recent shift of the hurricane away from the coast of Florida, Orlando Airport is opening its doors once again.
Happy weekend! We’ve been hard at work in the parks scoping out all the latest news for you! First, a few things to remember… .
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We have a lot to share with you this week, so let’s jump right in…
We’re a little less than one month out from the grand opening of Disney’s newest mode of transportation — The Disney Skyliner Gondola System. These gondolas will soon allow guests to take to the skies for a birds-eye view of Walt Disney World Resort while they travel to their next destination.
Currently, a category 4 hurricane named Hurricane Dorian is on the move, inching its way closer and closer to Walt Disney World Resort. The Orlando Airport has already announced a closure, and Disney World itself has confirmed hurricane closures and cancellations as well.
So with such a significant weather impact potentially on the way to Orlando, this leaves us with this question, will the new Disney Skyliner System be able to weather the storm?
Whether you live in Florida, you’re vacationing in Disney World, or you like to keep in touch with the news — you’re likely keeping an eye on the Category 4 hurricane on its way to the coast.
For the safety of visitors and Cast Members, Disney has announced a few closures and cancellations for Hurricane Dorian.