Mom and Daughter at Disney's Polynesian Village Resort Room
  • On Jun 10, 2008
    Carrie from CO Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

    Experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    What is considered to be the "rainy" season at WDW? I realize it's Florida and probably rains most days anyway but I would like to avoid the known poor weather times. Thank you!

    Hi Carrie,

    The rainy season in Orlando stretches from the end of May through the end of September. Now that's what is typical, and the start and finish can vary a little. Rain is always a possibility in Orlando, and it's nearly a sure thing in June, July, August, and most of September. Entire days of rain are far less likely than short term rain storms, these storms can be violent in time, even if they are short. The humidity in the winter, while lower than the summer, is still enough to keep most days warm enough for us to enjoy the water parks or a swim in an outdoor pool.  I hope this helps to plan your trip around the typical rain season months!

    Best wishes,
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Meet the Panelist: Brigitta, British Columbia

I am a Canadian citizen working in the tourism industry. My Disney World experiences started with my family when I was just a little girl. I have continued this tradition with my daughter who has been there now more than 15 times. Learn More About Brigitta

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