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Tag Archives: hurricane
While the thoughts of everyone here at The Disney Blog are with those who are in the path of Hurricane Gustav, it’s also important for those in Florida or planning a trip to the area, to know that the whole … Continue reading
Meet Tropical Storm Hanna. Judging by the 5-day forcast above, she’s got her eye set on Florida. If she follows the straight ahead, she’ll be paying central Florida’s attractions a visit in about 7 days. If that’s when you’re planning … Continue reading
Disney is ramping up its preparations for the arrival of Fay. So far, no announcements as to when or if parks are closing. In the past Disney has chosen to be overly cautious when the resort was show to be … Continue reading
The National Hurricane Center has officially named Fay as the 6th major tropical storm of the season. Right now Walt Disney World and the rest of Florida is in the 5-day forecast cone. Which means that sometime this coming Tuesday … Continue reading