Rain is not unusual in Disney World. It is in Florida, after all.
According to meteorologist David Heckard of Spectrum News 13, Seminole, Sanford, and Orange Counties in Florida (where Disney World is located) are under a Tornado Watch until 5PM tonight.
JUST IN — Tornado Watch has been extended to include Seminole and Orange counties until 5 pm.
Strong to severe storms will move across much of the area this afternoon.
— David Heckard (@DavidHeckard) October 28, 2021
Shortly after, The Orlando Sentinel reported that the National Weather Service has also added Osceola County to the existing Tornado Watch list, which includes the counties of Orange, Sanford, and Seminole.
Update: According to WESH 2, the Tornado Watch has been canceled for Orange, Seminole, and Volusia Counties. Now a Tornado Watch is in effect for Brevard and Osceola Counties until 7:00 PM.
Important Update: A tornado warning is in effect for Osceola County through 5:30PM. News 6 has advised individuals to seek shelter immediately.
— News 6 WKMG (@news6wkmg) October 28, 2021
The Orlando Sentinel reported that 60 mph winds and hail are possible this afternoon, and residents might experience property damages to roofs, sidings, and trees.
Check back with All Ears for more Disney World news, and make sure you plan for a stormy afternoon if you’re heading to Disney World today!