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I was there after college graduation in 1990 when it hailed so badly that the lights broke at the bus area at Magic Kingdom. We were terrified waiting to go back to our resort.
We were there today (MK) and it was pretty miserable. People were waiting in stores for hours. Our clothes were soaked. A lot of rides were closed consistently. I don’t feel like we got our money’s worth.
I was there last weekend when strong winds were also present after a cool front rolled through. I was on the Skyliner and they were swaying pretty bad. Any notes on how the Skyliner operated during this mixh more intense wind activity?
Had a tornado warning issued couple years ago about 2 minutes before Indy Show finished. They didn’t announce anything, I just got notice on my phone from weather app. After about 5 minutes sitting there they came across and said we could stay due to the weather.
Yes, a few times, but it never bothered me and I still enjoyed myself and so did the grandkids.
Been at pop century during 2 hurricanes. Felt very safe, the staff was incredible. When they were over ,you would never know there was a storm,the clean up crew were right on it,they were fantastic. Pop century even opened their doors to first responders and local residents who need a place to stay.
Since I have been to Disney several times a year since Oct 1972 I have endured many storms and many severe storms. Most memorable was the hurricane that come through and broke my beloved dragon in Downtown Disney. We were enjoying a fabulous stay at the Grand Floridian.
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