11. Bad Weather
While hot weather and daily thunderstorms are pretty expected in central Florida, occasionally you get a few days in a row of rainy, stormy weather. It’s always sad if these days line up with your much-anticipated Disney vacation and you spend all day in wet shoes. It’s no fun, and it seems unfair. All you can do is make the best of it. Put on your poncho, pack a few pairs of dry socks, and forge ahead. Many attractions are located indoors. Most of the rides in the park will keep operating in all but the most extreme weather, so you won’t miss out on too much.
In the event of a hurricane, WDW does have a policy that may allow you to reschedule your vacation. Be sure to check the Walt Disney World site for details.