News Potential Tropical Cyclone Nine to possibly impact the theme parks this weekend

fngoofy

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This is horse feathers. The storm currently has 30 mph winds, projected to reach 45 mph before hooking out to sea again.
 

radiohead8989

New Member
I arrive at MCO at 11:41 AM on Sunday. It seems like I'm always worried about my flights. There's either a storm in Chicago, or a problem at the destination. I've been lucky many times. There have been times when O'hare shutdown, right after my flight took off. I hope my luck holds up again.
 

fngoofy

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Sustained winds of 45 mph for a few hours aren't a joke, that can cause issues. But it is looking like this will mostly be a rain event, if that.
I agree, I would not want to weather sustained 45mph winds either.
But those speeds, for a system that will be 50mi off the shore, and 90mi+ from WDW spells 0 impact on the parks.

/slightly concerned for Vero Beach Resort, but only slightly.
 

ChanceH

Active Member
We land at a MCO Sunday at 11:30. Hope the flight doesn’t get delayed. The parks I’m not worried about.
 

Lensman

Premium Member
Oh my. 40% probability of tropical storm force winds over Great Abaco Island in the Northern Bahamas, and parts of Grand Bahama Island as well. :( (the same islands hit by the worst of Hurricane Dorian)
 

IanDLBZF

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Latest NHC Advisory has this storm off the coast.
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wendysue

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Sustained winds of 45 mph for a few hours aren't a joke, that can cause issues. But it is looking like this will mostly be a rain event, if that.

Glad I won't be there this week. It would be just like home. We have gotten 7 inches this week and 7 the week before. :grumpy:
 

ChanceH

Active Member
Well the storm didn’t hit Orlando but we got stuck in Florida a couple extra days due to the TS flooding in Houston. Couldn’t fly home when airport is under water. Dodge one storm get involved in another sorta.
 
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