Are you ready for a trip to Disney this week?
Well, we are here to help! A big part of making sure your trip is easy and windy is making sure you pack your bags for the weather. We’re not kidding when we say weather in Orlando is a fickle thing. From rainfall to temperatures, it can be hard to prepare! So we dive in the weather conditions you can expect on your trip to Disney World next week.
It’s still getting a little cold at Disney World! Last week we welcomed a cold front after a bit of rain, and it looks like those cooler temperatures could stay!
But be careful, that doesn’t mean your days don’t get toasted at times.
Based on The Weather Channel, Monday, November 1st it is expected to be a mild day (for Orlando anyway) with a high of 80 degrees and a low of 61 degrees. These are pretty perfect temperatures, but you may want to wear a jacket at night if you think a 61 ° without sun could get a little cold.
With intervals of clouds and sun and a low chance of rain of 6 to 7%, this could be a GREAT Disney day.
On Tuesday, November 2nd, you will see that the weather increases a few degrees for the high and low. You may want to wear an extra coat most days of the week. While you may be comfortable at noon with this 82-degree weather, things could be a little cold in the morning and at night.
The likelihood of rain remains relatively low for much of next week, but that doesn’t mean we will completely escape the rain. Spoiler alert! We could end the week with watery weather.
When we get to Wednesday, November 3rd, we will see another day without rain and these temperatures should stabilize around the same point as the previous day.
This drop will also increase one more degree. Keep in mind that here in Florida we have higher humidity. This can make the weather feel a few degrees warmer or colder than it really is (usually whichever is less comfortable 😂).
Thursday, November 4th, the maximum is heated only a few degrees to the hottest of the whole week, as is the minimum. It’s wild to think that our maximum temperature next week is at 80 degrees!
It is very refreshing and the days are getting shorter too! The sunrise is expected around 7:40 and sunset around 18:40.
For friday November 5th, the weather stays around those high 80s and low 60s. And guess what? The week will get even cooler. Could we finally feel these fall temperatures?
During the day it will be sunny and there will still be little chance of rain. The winds will be light, so the breeze shouldn’t be enough to make you fall.
We went out in the 70s on Saturday, November 6! You’ll probably feel pretty warm during the day, but don’t forget to wear an extra coat!
In the evening we could see rain showers. Also, this low is quite low at 61 degrees. Professional trip! Wear an insulated rain jacket and let your rain coat DOUBLE as a heat layer!
Saturday, November 7 it is mostly the same as the day before but more likely to rain during the day. Listen, you may not believe us, but the 76 degrees can also get cold when you have a shower!
And our evening temperatures will be 59 degrees! Ugh, more cool nights! We love to pack a scarf to be prepared for when these temperatures drop.
Summary of the week
Here’s a full overview of the week according to The Weather Channel. You will observe relatively constant temperatures throughout the week. It seems that the most likely days of rain are Saturday and Sunday. Keep in mind, though, that Florida likes to hit us with these rainy curved balls!
Other websites like Click Orlando News 6 …
… And WESH 2 News have similar forecasts throughout the week.
Remember, meteorologists are not perfect and the The weather, especially in Florida, is constantly changing! These days they may look VERY different from these forecasts, so you’ll want to keep checking them out as packaging.
How should you plan?
If you’re going to Disney World next week, we have some tips on how to plan your time!
Layer, layer, layer!
Our BIGGEST tip for the coolest seasons at Disney World is to do it wear LAYERS. Seriously, you may be overheating at 3pm and shivering at 6pm. Change happens FAST. So bring a light jacket and a hat or scarf to prepare for anything.
If you are in the parks unprepared for the cold, head to the nearest merchandise store. Disney is stocked with warm items like sweaters and jackets in case guests forget something. You may be left with a nicer penny than you would have liked, but at least you’ll be cozy!
Want more tips on surviving the Disney World climate? Click here!
Wear this sunscreen!
Just because we’re seeing cooler temperatures doesn’t mean you don’t have to worry about the sun. You want to wear sunglasses or a hat, and lots of sunscreen. We feel MUCH more comfortable in the parks all year round when we have a couple of nice, functional sunscreens on our face.
And no, cold temperatures do NOT mean that your skin is safe from these UV rays! Foam and froth your children. We want our readers to be healthy and without sunburn!
Click here to see another GREAT way to stay cool and safe at Disney World!
So use this forecast to inform you of the packaging, but be prepared for anything! WE KNOW that in the Orlando sky we like to throw ourselves through some loops. Keep this park depot ready for anything: heat, cold, and YES, this stereotypical Florida storm!
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