By the co-author of The easy Guide to Your Walt Disney World Visit 2018, from the best-reviewed Disney World guidebook series ever. Paperback available on Amazon here. Kindle version available on Amazon here.



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2013 Week Picker Weather c4

By Dave Shute

2013 WALT DISNEY WORLD WEEK PICKER

You don’t care about crowds.

Weather is next.

Weather points to think about include

Click the link that below that best represents your family’s position:

You wish to avoid all of these—summer heat, humidity, and rain, the peak of the hurricane season, and the variable and cooler temperature of winter

You don’t care about avoiding any of these weather issues

You wish to avoid only the heat, humidity, and rain of summer

You wish to avoid only the variable and cooler temperatures of winter

You wish to avoid only the peak of the hurricane season

You wish to avoid both winter and summer

You wish to avoid both winter and the peak of the hurricane season

You wish to avoid both summer and the peak of the hurricane season

(See this for more on weather at Walt Disney World.)

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