We’ve been keeping an eye out for updates about Tropical Depression Fred, and sharing our tips on how to prepare for the 2021 hurricane season at Disney World. And now we’ve got an update on a potential storm that may be heading to Florida soon, following Tropical Depression Fred.
The 2021 hurricane season officially kicked off on June 1st, and with experts predicting above-average storm activity, there’s a chance that your upcoming Disney World vacation could include some inclement weather!
If you’re heading to Disney World between now and November, you’ll need to keep this in mind as a potential factor that could impact your vacation. In order to make things a little bit easier, we’ve compiled a list of action items you should consider taking in the event that a hurricane makes its way towards Central Florida the same time as you!
Despite all of the carefully thought-out planning that goes into a Disney World vacation, something is bound to go awry at least once or twice.
When that happens, the most important thing you and your family can do is remain flexible and roll with the punches — and keep the following tips in mind!
Now that we’re in the midst of hurricane season, we’re looking ahead to some big weather we might see as the season progresses.
Disney World is located in Orlando, Florida which can mean warm weather and sun — but it can also mean rain and storms like with Hurricane Elsa. The 2021 hurricane season runs from June 1st through November 30th. So, we’re taking a look at predictions and what they mean for your Disney trip.
We are still quite a few months from the start of the Atlantic Hurricane Season, which begins in June.
However, this year, it looks like the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration is considering pushing up the technical start of hurricane season to earlier in the year.
Now it appears even the National Hurricane Center is embracing its inner Disney Princess, based on the names its chosen for the upcoming 2021 Atlantic hurricane season.
If you’re visiting Disney World in the summer or during hurricane season (which is…basically half of the year!), you can expect frequent if not DAILY rainfall to come your way. Some of these storms can be a quick sprinkle while others are torrential downpours!
When these storms roll through the parks, a lot of guests may be inclined to throw social distancing out the window in favor of quickly seeking shelter. Ever seen gaggles of guests huddled under awnings or in gift shop doorways during a storm? It’s not so simple to avoid the storms in a reopened Disney World nowadays!
Now many of you don’t mind a little rain, and take advantage of the (slightly) cooler weather to ride even more rides! But for those of you who want to avoid get too drenched in Disney World, here’s what YOU can do to maintain social distancing during a downpour.
2020 has already shaped up to be a historic year for more than one reason! So why not add on a record-breaking hurricane season to spice things up?
We previously reported on Florida’s own hurricane season being upgraded from “active” to “hyperactive,” and now, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has upgraded their predictions for the 2020 hurricane season nationwide. This update comes just after Tropical Storm Isaias, the ninth named storm already this season, moved its way from Florida up the East Coast.
We’ve been keeping a close eye on the storm forecast for Florida this coming week.
This morning, a storm strengthened to officially become Tropical Storm Isaias. The storm continues to have Florida in it’s forecasted cone and now, the National Hurricane Center expects that it will strengthen to a category 1 hurricane this weekend.