Anyone who’s visited Walt Disney World more than once knows how unpredictable the Florida weather can be. One moment, it’s sunshine and singing birds. The next moment, it’s gusty winds and dark clouds!
So when it comes to planning for a Disney vacation, it’s best to be prepared for all scenarios.
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We recently reported on a tropical storm that may be forming, which could put a literal damper on any upcoming visits to Walt Disney World. Not only that, but we also reported that at the time of this article’s publication, Walt Disney World was in for a stormy week.
Now, we’re here to update the situation.
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As it turns out, the Weather Channel’s predictions were correct, and much of Central Florida has been subjected to gusts of high-speed winds, dark clouds, and buckets of rain.
However, there is a silver lining to this dark and stormy cloud!
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According to the National Hurricane Center, the tracked formation is no longer heading for Florida. Instead, it seems to be heading toward the East Coast, leaving Central Florida primarily unaffected.
Even better news, this system hasn’t turned into anything yet. Currently, the National Hurricane Center is still tracking the system and has confirmed that it is yet to form just yet.
In short, the storms Guests are currently experiencing are unlikely to turn into tropical storms or hurricanes.
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Please note the Atlantic hurricane season begins on June 1 and lasts through November 30.
As a disclaimer, we would like to express that weather conditions in Florida can change at a moment’s notice. Stay tuned to Disney Dining as we continue to monitor the situation and update readers with the latest information about the changing weather conditions.