By now, you’ve likely heard about Sub-Tropical Storm Beryl. Right now, most models have agreed on a landfall by Sunday night with tropical storm warnings stretching between Charleston and Daytona Beach. the median being Brunswick, GA. Because of the width of this system, there will likely be some rain and higher-than-normal winds at Walt Disney World in Orlando.
However, since this isn’t a hurricane, and likely won’t be, WDW’s Hurricane Policy does not apply. If you are traveling there for the Memorial Day weekend, you may want to grab an umbrella.
What are some of your WDW rain plans?