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Update Monday at 4PM: Debby is now predicted to soar across Florida north of Orlando slowly over the next five days. However, the storm is not forecast to grow into a hurricane strength storm. Disney has closed Typhoon Lagoon, but … Continue reading
The hurricane prediction team has revised its forecast for the 2012 season that began yesterday. Previously, they believed there would be 10 named storms, with 3 major storms. Now they have upped that number to 13. Considering there have already … Continue reading
A large tropical disturbance is threatening to grow into a tropical storm and menace Central Florida Tuesday and Wednesday. Disney has confirmed it will close Typhoon Lagoon Tuesday because of the storm. No status was given for Blizzard Beach, however … Continue reading
With Tropical Storm Bonnie passing close to southern Florida, although not currently targeting Central Florida, it’s time to check in on what you should do if Bonnie or any subsequent named storm should head a bit northward. First check the … Continue reading