Mom And Daughter; Animal Kingdom
  • On Nov 1, 2010
    Lisa from MA Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

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    My family and I are traveling to WDW in January, 2011 and are staying at the Beach Club Hotel. Typically, what's the weather like at this time of year and is the pool at the BCH heated?

    Hi Lisa!  Every pool at Walt Disney World is heated year round to 82 degrees. This sounds warm and it is but when the air temperatures are much cooler this will feel fairly cold especially to little ones.  If the sun is shining down it can be fun at all times of the year.  I suggest you plan swimming time during the middle part of the day.

    Last January holds some all time record cold temperatures for the Orlando area.  Let's hope that this next January will bring more normal temps but it is always good to check before you pack the long range forecast during your stay.  The average high is 72 degrees and the average low is 50 degrees.  At this time of year it is best to plan for layers as you will need wraps early and late in the days.
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