About to Hit a Cold Snap

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As I told you a couple of days ago, we’re about to hit a cold snap here in Central Florida. When I woke up this morning (November 30) it was fairly gloomy out and very humid. There were a couple of strong early downpours. Those have moved out, and it’s now a beautiful day in […]

Ten Second Tip: It’s Not Over Yet!

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Hurricane Season does not end until November 30. Normally November storms don’t bother us here in the US, but this is 2020. As I write this, Tropical Depression Eta is in the Atlantic. We don’t expect a direct hit, but we could have some extra wind and rain early next week. Remember, you need to […]

Ten Second Tip: October 15 and Weather

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On average, the daily afternoon thunderstorms in Florida tend to stop on or around October 15. That doesn’t mean that there won’t be any storms, but it is a date to keep in mind when planning a Walt Disney World vacation. The weather in Central Florida should be improving soon. Still, check the forecast before […]

Ten Second Tip: Post Isaias

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I’ve been asked several times how we fared with Tropical Storm Isaias, so I thought that I would address it here. If you hadn’t checked the forecast, you would not have realized that there was a storm. There was some on and off rain plus a breeze, but it was nothing to write home about. […]

Ten Second Tip: Hurricane Isaias

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As I write this, there is a Tropical Storm Warning in effect for parts of Central Florida. We are not supposed to receive a direct hit from Hurricane Isaias here, but they are forecasting wind and rain on Sunday. Hurricanes and tropical storms are unpredictable, so this could change. Walt Disney World has no plans […]

Visiting During a Pandemic AND a Storm

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As I write this, Hurricane Isaias is out in the Atlantic. At the moment, Central Florida is not expected to take a direct hit, but these storms can be unpredictable. Plus it’s 2020, we need to be prepared for anything. This storm started me thinking about visiting Walt Disney World during both a named storm […]

Ten Second Tip: “Temporarily Closed”

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If you check the Wait Times on the My Disney Experience App fairly often, you might notice that from time to time several rides are listed as “temporarily closed”. While it could be a technical issue, it might be something else. If there are several attractions listed that way and they are outdoor rides, most […]