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.
The storm shut down a ton of places — everything from schools to Disney World — and continues to have major impacts. There were both Tornado Warnings and Flash Flood Warnings issued for Central Florida. Now, Ian has been downgraded to a tropical storm, but it’s still not done dumping water on the Sunshine State. And now, we know the exact amount of rain that has come down on Disney World so far.
We’ve been following along closely with the Central Florida theme parks during Hurricane Ian.
Disney World, Universal Orlando, and SeaWorld all ceased operations temporarily due to the storm, with closures on Wednesday and Thursday. Now, the first resort from that group has extended its closure.
Hurricane (now Tropical Storm) Ian has impacted various areas of Florida and its effects are still being felt.
Disney World, SeaWorld, and Universal have all closed for a short period of time, school closures have been announced, and other adjustments have been made. When it comes to travel, the Orlando International Airport announced that it would be closed starting September 28th and now we have an update.
As Hurricane Ian starts to travel inland, people staying in Central Florida are on high alert.
With the theme parks and the airport closed, both locals and visitors are hunkering down and preparing to weather the storm as it arrives in full force later on Wednesday. However, there seems to be no “calm before the storm” as tornadoes become the next threat for the area.
Disney World, Universal Orlando, and SeaWorld are all closed for today and tomorrow (September 28th & 29th) as the area prepares for the storm. A tornado watch is also in effect for the area, grocery stores are shutting down, and hotels are modifying their services. Let’s check out what Orlando looks like as Hurricane Ian approaches.
Hurricane Ian has quickly strengthened from a tropical storm to a Category 4 hurricane, and various areas of Florida are expected to be impacted.
A state of emergency has already been declared for the state, and we previously saw hurricane warnings and flood advisories issued. Now, there’s another update as to the warnings in place for counties in central Florida.
As Hurricane Ian approaches Florida, we’re starting to see city governments and tourist destinations take precautions.
We’ve been watching the weather closely as cities issue evacuation notices to residents and Disney World starts preparing for the possibility of severe weather hitting the theme parks. But if you’re one of the Florida residents who needs to evacuate and get to safety, we’ve got some important news for you.
If you’ve been watching the weather reports recently, then you know that there’s a hurricane headed for Florida.
While Hurricane Ian’s true path remains a bit unpredictable, Floridians are already preparing for heavy storms and flooding in the later part of the week. If the hurricane hits Disney World, there are certain procedures that will be put in place for guest safety, and now it seems as though Disney is already preparing.
Tropical Storm Ian officially become a hurricane recently.
We’ve been watching for updates on this storm for several days now, as Orlando and much of Florida remain in the cone of uncertainty. We’ve shared updates on what Disney is doing to prepare for the storm, changes made at the Orlando Airport in anticipation of the storm, and what you need to know if you’ll be cruising during hurricane season. Here’s the latest update and what you need to know.