In my book, there is rarely ever a bad time to plan a Disney World vacation, but it’s important (necessary, crucial, etc.) to plan ahead and become educated on what each season may bring when traveling there, whether that includes exponentially high crowd levels, severe weather, or something of the like. As many of us who have summered at the most magical place on earth already know, vacationing there in those excessively warm months inevitably comes with rain. Rain is one thing—most of us can handle a few days of gloomy skies and sogginess (and lower park crowds!)—but major storms are another. Yes, indeed, Florida IS the Sunshine State and boy do we see—and feel—plenty of it, but we also have a penchant for cyclonic storms and experience some pretty wicked weather as a result.