Orlando International Airport temporarily shut down, and Disney World closed its parks for two days (a phased reopening for the parks has since been announced). A lot of rain has fallen on Disney World, but just exactly how much? Well, now we know.
Here’s the thing, though — more rain is expected. Specifically, when talking about Central Florida, ClickOrlando.com notes that more rain is expected through Thursday.
The Weather Channel currently shows some more light rain and wind in the Orlando area for the afternoon on September 29th, with rain stopping later in the afternoon.
Friday, September 30th, looks like it’ll be a fairly okay day weather-wise in Orlando, with mostly cloudy skies in the morning and some sun poking out later in the afternoon.
Still one of the key concerns now about Ian (which was downgraded to a tropical storm this morning but later strengthened to a hurricane over the Atlantic) is flooding. Spectrum News 13 reporter Katie Streit shared a video of some flooding in Central Florida.
Driving conditions can be rough today in Central Florida. We’re seeing a bunch of flooding in Orange and Osceola County. We’re seeing many cars get stuck in this flooding or the median and need a tow truck’s help. @MyNews13 pic.twitter.com/XgXhBhwZo4
— Katie Streit (@katiestreit) September 29, 2022
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