We’ve had a great time at this year’s EPCOT Flower and Garden Festival!
We’re still coming off the tail of winter in Florida, but we’re looking ahead to some big weather we might see later this year.
Disney World is located in Orlando, Florida which can mean warm weather and sun — but it can also mean rain and storms. The 2021 hurricane season is less than 100 days away. So, we’re taking a look at some of the earliest 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.
If you’re visiting Disney World during the summer months, there are a few extra must-haves to bring with you if you plan on staying DRY during your vacation! When it rains, it pours in Central Florida, and you probably don’t want to get caught in the rain without the proper gear.
But who says you have to sacrifice fashion in order to stay dry? We stopped by BouTiki today in Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort to scope out the latest goodies, and we discovered the PERFECT park must-have for the rainy season!
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!