A Tropical Storm system approaching Central Florida is prompting closures and other changes at Disney World today.
If you were planning to visit a Disney World park later this week, that Subtropical Storm named Nicole may affect your plans.
Late Monday night, Disney World updated its Park Pass availability calendar to block out any new park reservations for Thursday. Nov. 10th, and Friday, Nov. 11th.
This change is likely caused by the forecast for Nicole, which is expected to start affecting Central Florida weather overnight on Wednesday. Annual passholders and Disney World resort guests also do not have any park pass availability on those dates.
If you are planning a trip to Disney World later this week, there are other closures and cancellations you should know about:
- Disney World Closes Some Resort Areas Ahead of Subtropical Storm Nicole
- Disney World Closing Water Park for Anticipated Tropical Storm
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