Hurricane Isaias continues on its path toward the Florida coast.
We’re received more updates about this hurricane from the 2:00PM advisory and are sharing them with you so you can stay up to date and be prepared.
As Hurricane Isaias takes aim at Florida’s east coast, the state is preparing for the arrival of the storm.
While Orange County officials aren’t expecting to feel much of the impact from Hurricane Isaias in the area, they’ve said they’re still prepared to weather the storm. Orange County is included in the state-of-emergency order issued by Florida Governor Ron DeSantis.
Back in early spring, analysts were predicting Florida’s hurricane season could be extra-active this year. Experts predicted an above-average number of storms would impact the Atlantic from June 1st through November 30th.
So far, the 2020 hurricane season is well ahead of what experts consider to be a “normal pace.” Nine named tropical storms have already developed as of July 29th — and now that Tropical Storm Isaias has been strengthened to Hurricane Isaias, we’ve just learned Accuweather has updated its forecast for the 2020 hurricane season.
We’ve been keeping an eye on news about the storm headed for Florida this weekend.
What was Tropical Storm Isaias has now been strengthened to Hurricane Isaias, with the Eastern coast of Florida remaining in its path. The state is likely to feel the effects of the storm this weekend, potentially even in Disney World.
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.
Today, the storm known as Isaias has been officially declared a tropical storm. We’re watching closely as the storm inches closer to the Florida coast.
The National Hurricane Center has claimed that Isaias has formed over the Caribbean Sea and could possibly head towards the Florida coast. Florida has already closed COVID-19 testing centers in preparation for the storm. The storm is sustaining 60 mph hour as of 8:00AM and is roughly 100 miles west-southwest of Ponce, Puerto Rico. [Read more…]
There may be some stormy weather on the horizon for Disney World.
June 1st marked the official start of the 2020 hurricane season — one that analysts are saying will be overactive. Now, a storm system is headed in the direction of Florida, and there’s a significant chance that it will reach tropical storm strength by the time it blows through the tropics.
We’ve come to the end of Walt Disney World’s historic closure, and wow, what a roller coaster ride it’s been (and we’re not talking the fun kind).
Disney World’s theme parks have reopened after a 4-month closure with some significant changes, but many people are relieved to see any semblance of normalcy return, even if the parks look a little bit different than we remember. And yet, we’re wary. Could a closure like this happen again? As much as we’d like to say no, it’s a little more complicated than that. Take a look.
Disney World is definitely the Most Magical Place on Earth — at least we think so! While the parks already sprinkle pixie dust on your vacation regularly, they’ll even go the EXTRA mile with a few surprises!
Although you might be able to meet Mickey or watch the Festival of Fantasy parade on a normal basis, there are a few rare things that happen in Disney World that most people don’t get the chance to see…unless you know where (and when!) to look!
If you’ve been to Disney World before, chances are you faced at least one Florida torrential downpour that cleared to sunny skies minutes later (sometimes multiple times in the same day!).
But what do you do when a hurricane is headed to the Most Magical Place on Earth? Do you cancel your trip or make the most of it? We’re sharing six tips to help you plan for hurricane season in Disney World!