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Walt Disney World and the Florida Drought

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  • Walt Disney World and the Florida Drought

    Has the major drought in Florida been affecting WDW at all? Have the waterparks had closures, has the level in the ROA gone down? Any other effects?
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    Re: Walt Disney World and the Florida Drought

    Don't know for sure but I doubt it, besides, today and tomorrow we get rain!!:yea:

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      Re: Walt Disney World and the Florida Drought

      I haven't heard about any waterpark closures. In fact our local paper had a big article about all of the Orlando water parks.

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        Re: Walt Disney World and the Florida Drought

        No, no closures. Water level is down, but not so much as to shut water parks. I don't think that's ever happened due to a drought.

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          Re: Walt Disney World and the Florida Drought

          I hear it's supposed to rain all weekend. That's good news for Florida, but bad news for Gay Days visitors.

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            Re: Walt Disney World and the Florida Drought

            yes....we will be recieveing a much needed 4.5 inches of rain even of this system doesnt develop into a Tropical Storm....it is still one massive rain band.

            As for the current drought, it doesnt affect WDW at all...no waterpark closures or anything like that. The water shortage would only really affect the 13 counties south of Orange County as the Okechobee reserve is what is running low.
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