PHOTOS: We Encountered Some STRANGE Weather in Disney World Today

Over the years, we’ve seen a wide variety of weather conditions in Disney World!

We’ve spent a lot of rainy days in the parks!

We’ve been in the parks pre-hurricane, in the heat of summer, and on shockingly cold days. But today, we encountered some weather conditions that we don’t see very often in the parks — lots and lots of FOG!

When we arrived at Hollywood Studios this morning, the sky was gray, cloudy, and very, very hazy. It was definitely unusual for a place that’s typically bright and sunny!

See the haze?

When we walked down Sunset Boulevard, things weren’t any better. It definitely adds an atmosphere of spookiness to the Tower of Terror, though!

Definitely spooky looking.

And in Magic Kingdom, we encountered the same problem. You couldn’t see down Main Street, U.S.A. easily this morning. Hope you weren’t trying for that perfect Christmas tree pic!

That’s one blurry Christmas tree.

And even the castle looked cloudy. All the popular photo spots were surrounded by dense fog!

It was even icky over here!

Thankfully, the weather cleared up not long after rope drop. This is one of those cases where you’d want to wait until later in the day to take your pictures.

It’s all clear!

By mid-morning, it was crystal clear outside! That’s much better.

Perfect for some holiday photos.

If you’re encountering fog in Disney World, just know that it likely won’t stick around. And for those driving to the parks in the next few days, make sure to be careful!

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