Mom And Son Spaceship Earth
  • On May 19, 2011
    Kata from London Asked

    Hi Moms/Dads.I just book our next trip 10/30/12 - 11/14/12(yes,2012 I`m from UK and I can book that far in advance).I was wondering what`s the weather like?Could we go to the waterpark?Use the pool?Wear shorts and sandal?Just 529 days to go :).Thanks.Kata

    Hi Kata,

    Let me be the first one to congratulate you on booking your 2012 trip to Walt Disney World!

    As a fellow resident of the UK, I too like to book our holidays 12-18 months in advance and think that this is fantastic as it allows you lots of time to research and plan your trip.

    The average temperatures for the time of year that you will be visiting range from 70°C - 79°C which is pretty warm bearing in mind the weather that we are used to here in England. Obviously no-one is able to predict what the weather will be like but, I would think that you will definitely be able to enjoy the water parks and Resort pool during your stay.

    We visited in early October in 2009 and wore shorts and t-shirts every day but I would recommend that you bring a couple of pairs of trousers and light sweaters with you just to be on the safe side.

    Please come back and visit us on the Mom's Panel again should you have any other questions whilst planning your trip.

    Wishing you a magical holiday!

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Meet the Panelist: Emma, United Kingdom

Hi! I'm Emma from England and I love all things Disney. I am very proud to be representing England on the panel and can't wait to help other families, especially international visitors, to plan their trips to the Walt Disney World Resort and create some lifelong magical memories. Learn More About Emma

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