NEWS: Tornado Watch released for part of Walt Disney World

Rain is not uncommon at Disney World. It’s in Florida, after all.

Now it’s a little rainy

We’ve explained how to have a good rainy day at Disney World and even how to deal with the extreme weather, but today can be one of those days when you want to stay home.

According to meteorologist David Heckard of Spectrum News 13, The counties of Seminole, Sanford and Orange in Florida (where Disney World is located) are located under Tornado Watch until 5pm tonight.

Shortly afterwards, The Orlando Sentinel reported that the National Weather Service has done the same added Osceola County to the existing Tornado watchlist, which includes Orange, Sanford and Seminole counties.

Update: In accordance with WESH 2, the Tornado Watch has been canceled for Orange, Seminole and Volusia counties. There is now a tornado effect in effect in Brevard and Osceola counties until 7 p.m.

Important update: A tornado warning is in effect in Osceola County until 5:30 p.m. News 6 has advised people seeking refuge immediately.

We’ve seen a lot of them rainy weather at Disney World, to say the least, and it seems that this afternoon some “strong to strong” storms will pass through the parks. Be sure to pack your umbrella!

Rain in the animal kingdom

The Orlando Sentinel reported that this afternoon there are possible winds and hail of 60 mph, and residents could suffer property damage to roofs, siding and trees.

Come back with All Ears for more Disney World news and be sure to plan a stormy afternoon if you go to Disney World today!

NEWS: Flights to Orlando Airport may be delayed due to weather.

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