Tropical Storm Isaias Officially Forms in the Atlantic and Continues to Threaten the East Coast
Cyclone 9 has officially become Tropical Storm Isaias out in the Atlantic as it continues to make its way towards the east coast. There was a slight shift east overnight, but that still leaves Florida in the cone.
The winds are maxing out at 70mph as of right now, but there is still uncertainty on the final track, and “it’s giving a lot of mixed signals”, according to the Weather Channel.
As far as rainfall, it’s hard to predict at this point. Florida could get a lot of rain, or none at all. We will be keeping an eye on this one for the park goers.
The National Hurricane Center is keeping winds at 70mph down the road but notes Hurricane Watches could be issued later for South Florida. It all depends on how it recovers from its visit with Hispaniola today.
Stay tuned with MickeyBlog for the latest on the storm and stay up to date with Disney’s hurricane policy.
Disney’s Official Hurricane Policy is as follows:
- If a Hurricane Warning is issued by the National Hurricane Center for the Orlando are OR your place of residence within 7 days of your scheduled arrival date, guests have the option of calling in advance to reschedule your vacation package or room reservations to another date.
- Under these circumstances, cancellation or change fees would not be imposed by Disney.
- Products and services provided by third-party suppliers included in your vacation (like flights and car rentals) are not refundable by Disney. You would need to contact the companies directly to find out what their individual policies are.
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Source: The National Hurricane Center