Disney World closed for a few days, and we shared a look at what it was like to be in Disney World during and after the storm. But hurricane season doesn’t end until November 30th and some other systems have popped up in the Atlantic now. Are any of them heading to Disney World? Let’s take a look and see.
It’s hurricane season, and Disney World can sometimes find itself directly in the path of these storms. The good news is that Disney is extremely prepared and has only closed for storms seven times in its history!
All weather is unpredictable, and hurricanes are no exception. Disney still welcomes thousands of visitors from June to November during hurricane season — if you are planning on taking a trip to Disney World during this time, you’ll feel a lot better if you come prepared.
Traveling during hurricane season in Florida can be risky business.
You’re pretty much guaranteed to get a lot of rain during your trip, and that rain can disrupt plans, whether you’re in the theme parks or on a cruise ship. But once those storms grow into hurricanes, you’ll find yourself dealing with bigger problems than rain. And right now, the NHC has one such storm on watch. Note: This post is written chronologically and you can find the most up-to-date info from today near the bottom of the article.
It’s still hurricane season on the East Coast of the U.S., and those storms can definitely affect your Disney vacation.
We’ve seen hurricanes impact things in Disney World before, and they’ve even been so bad as to shut down the parks for a day or two. While Disney World is super prepared for these kinds of events, there’s another type vacation you might be worried about — Disney cruises or cruising in general. So, let’s talk about how cruises can be impacted by hurricanes.
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.
If you’re heading to Disney World during the hurricane season, you need to be prepared.
Severe weather, park or ride closures, and other things could complicate your trip if a hurricane or even tropical storm comes into town. Hurricane season 2022 (for the Atlantic) runs from June 1st through November 30th, so we’ve still got a ways to go before it’s over. What should you know about the remainder of the season and how can you be prepared? We’ve got everything you need to know right here.
Had a busy week? Maybe between all of that homework/work, cleaning, and laundry, you just haven’t been able to catch up on the latest news from Disney? Or maybe you’re just in need of a 5 minute Disney break from the day? Well you’re in the right spot!
From an important update about Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party to big financial updates from Disney’s latest earnings report, we’ve got all the Disney news you need to know right here. So what are you waiting for? Let’s begin!
If you’re heading to Disney World during the summer months, you’ll still need to worry about Park Passes, hotel reservations, dining selections, Mobile Order, Genie+, and other things, but you’ll also have another important thing to think about — hurricanes.
Hurricanes can impact Orlando and could affect your trip, bringing strong winds and large amounts of rain. Some hurricanes have even led to reduced hours in the parks or a park closure. We’ve already shared that 2022 is expected to see a LOT of hurricanes, which could affect Disney World, but just what is going on that might be causing this large amount of hurricanes in the Atlantic? We’ve got some updates.
It’s important to be prepared for anything that could happen during your Disney World vacation.
From losing your keys to unexpected ride closures, you’re likely to encounter at least a couple of bumps along the way during your trip. One of the most common can be bad weather, which can be very difficult to predict accurately (especially in Orlando, and especially during the summer months). This year, it looks like we’re in for a few major storms as the hurricane season approaches. Check out the predictions for the 2022 hurricane season here. [Read more…]
Disney World’s home turf of Florida may be known as the Sunshine State, but a more apt nickname might be the extreme weather state.
From hurricanes to heat and humidity to rain that would make Seattle look like the Sahara, you never know exactly what kind of weather you’re going to get when you travel to Disney World. And, over the years, we’ve been in the parks to experience some pretty INTENSE weather (with some storms so bad that Disney has actually CLOSED the parks entirely), but what’s the most EXTREME we’ve ever seen? Let’s buckle up and find out! [Read more…]