Rainy Day Fun at Walt Disney World Resort

A little rain should never put a damper on a full day of magic at Walt Disney World® Resort, where the fun always shines! There are always exciting activities, attractions and entertainment for the whole family to enjoy.  Here are just a few favorite picks! Magic Kingdom® Park   When the afternoon parades at Magic Kingdom Park can’t be performed as … Read moreRainy Day Fun at Walt Disney World Resort

Disney’s Hilton Head Island Resort Closing In Advance of Hurricane Florence.

With Hurricane Florence approaching the U.S. East Coast, Disney’s Hilton Head Island Resort will close on Tuesday, Sept. 11, 2018, and is expected to remain closed through Monday, Sept. 17. Please continue to check back for updates. Members and Guests with questions about an upcoming reservation should contact Member Services at (800) 800-9800.   Q. … Read moreDisney’s Hilton Head Island Resort Closing In Advance of Hurricane Florence.

Blizzard Beach Closed Due to Cold Weather Jan. 27-29, 2017

Guests visiting the Walt Disney World Resort over the next few days should be aware that, due to forecasted cooler weather conditions, Disney’s Blizzard Beach Water Park will be closed Friday, January 27, Saturday, January 28 and Sunday, January 29. As a reminder, Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon Water Park is still closed for refurbishment at this … Read moreBlizzard Beach Closed Due to Cold Weather Jan. 27-29, 2017

Storms Threaten Travel On Two Fronts

Severe weather on two different fronts is threatening travel on two different coasts. And no, it’s not the usual suspect – the northeast, where temperatures were in the 50s this weekend and expected to stay there into next week. This time, devastating storms and tornadoes have hit the southeast, and Winter Storm Leo is expected … Read moreStorms Threaten Travel On Two Fronts

Following Snowpack, Northern Nevada Prepares for Worst Flood Since 1997

Areas in Northern Nevada are bracing themselves as weather experts predict “the worst flood in Northern Nevada since 1997,” according to the Reno Gazette-Journal. Following extreme avalanche warnings in the Sierra Nevadas that caused an elevation recorded 48 inches of snow in the Mammoth Lakes, a set of heavy rain is said to be arriving … Read moreFollowing Snowpack, Northern Nevada Prepares for Worst Flood Since 1997

Rain, Snow on Tap for New Year’s Travel

Travelers looking to take a trip or attend an outdoor party this New Year’s Eve weekend will have some foul weather to contend with.  In New England, a winter storm could cause blizzard conditions, while areas farther south could get hit with a wintry mix, sparking travel delays for airlines and on highways Thursday into … Read moreRain, Snow on Tap for New Year’s Travel

Frontier operations return to normal

Operations at Frontier Airlines more or less returned to normal Thursday, five days after they were knocked off kilter by a snowstorm in Denver, the airline’s largest base of operations. As of 1:45 p.m. Eastern time, Frontier had canceled just two of 286 planned departures, spokesman Jim Faulkner said. He added that the number of … Read moreFrontier operations return to normal

Winter Storm Decima Creating Travel Headaches Across US

Travelers in the United States must be aware of the incoming weather system—dubbed Winter Storm Decima—as well as the snow and ice it is bringing with it as it moves across the country this weekend. According to Weather.com, Winter Storm Decima is moving out of the Rocky Mountains and into the Plains, Midwest and Northeast … Read moreWinter Storm Decima Creating Travel Headaches Across US

Is Winter Weather Going to Impact Your Thanksgiving Travel?

Originally published in Travel Pulse News…JESSICA KLEINSCHMIDT | NOVEMBER 20, 2016   I’m going to sound like a broken record here where I tell you that holiday travel is stressful enough. When you have all of the planning, organizing and everything else in between, you want to think you have it all figured out. And … Read moreIs Winter Weather Going to Impact Your Thanksgiving Travel?

3 Lingering Effects of Hurricane Matthew on Florida Theme Parks

-Being reported by Theme Park Tourist – By Amanda Kondolojy, Tuesday, October 25, 2016 03:40 It may be hard to believe, but it has already been nearly three weeks since Hurricane Matthew threatened central Florida and caused Walt Disney World’s theme parks (as well as every other theme park in the area) to close in anticipation … Read more3 Lingering Effects of Hurricane Matthew on Florida Theme Parks

Powerful Hurricane Matthew Surges North

One man has died in Colombia as Hurricane Matthew caused heavy rains and high surf in the South American country as it starts to churn north in the Caribbean. Evacuations have begun in Jamaica, Haiti, parts of Cuba and the United States military base on Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. Storm shelters have opened in Jamaica as … Read morePowerful Hurricane Matthew Surges North

What to do on a rainy day at Walt Disney World

Great article from our friend Matt Mauney over at the Orlando Sentinel regarding how to still enjoy your time at the Walt Disney World Resort during bad weather. Don’t let bad weather put a damper on your Magical Vacation. Often, a rainy day can actually be the best time to visit the parks. Some of … Read moreWhat to do on a rainy day at Walt Disney World

Disney World Weather – What to Expect

What ever the season may me, we HIGHLY recommend that when visiting Walt Disney World – Orlando, FL you should always be prepared for rain. With our experience in Florida is usually rains (regardless how the day begins) at least once a day especially during the spring and summer, and especially in the late afternoon … Read moreDisney World Weather – What to Expect