Happy end of May!
Disney World is the Most Magical Place on Earth, but the Most Perfect Place on Earth? Not unless your idea of “perfect” is being taunted by a s’more.
We typically have an AMAZING time when we visit Disney World, but we won’t pretend that everything always goes as smooth as the Skyliner (or, you know, not). For example, here are five things that went hilariously horribly wrong this week!
Have you visited Disney World’s flagship park in a while?
We positively love strolling the streets of Magic Kingdom, especially when that means we get to look for news to tell YOU. Sometimes, that means braving some pretty wild weather, but we’ve still got all the latest news from the park!
We’re well into 2021 in Disney World!
It’s been an interesting year but as folks begin to travel again, you might have a trip to Disney World on the docket. If you’re headed to the Most Magical Place on Earth in the next few months, we want to make sure you’re in the loop on what to expect!
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.
Headed to Orlando this coming week to enjoy some of your favorite attractions and snacks (and maybe a taste of EPCOT’s Festival of the Holidays)?
Well, one thing you’ll want to be aware of and plan for is the weather! And, while Florida is typically VERY warm for most of the year, things are actually looking a bit different for this next week. It seems Elsa is brining just a touch of winter weather to the Sunshine State!
Well, things have started to clear up a little — but we’ve had a pretty rainy day so far in Disney World! Hey, we were sure to have a wet one today!
After all, Tropical Storm Eta is passing over Florida and you can pretty much expect to have a wet one in Central Florida at any given moment. Missing out on the damp Disney World times? We’re bringing you some rainy day pics and vids!
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.