Kids at pool
  • On Jun 14, 2016
    Yvonne from LA Asked

    We are planning a trip to WDW either the last week of Feb or First week of March 2017. We are staying at Art of Animation and my grandchildren are gonna wanna swim in those great pools!!! Will one week make a difference in temperatures? Thanks

    Hi Yvonne!

    My family has visited Walt Disney World many times during that time of year and we have sometimes had warm weather at the end of February and cooler weather at the beginning of March--and vice versa. We have found the weather fairly unpredictable but let me just say, of all the times of the year we have visited, February and March are our very favorites and we have never been kept out of pools because of the temperature. The average high for March is 78 degrees and the low is 55 degrees. The average high for February is 72 degrees and the low is 49 degrees. Since you are looking at the end of February and the beginning of March, I think your chances are fairly good that the weather will be quite similar during those two weeks. By the way, the Art of Animation Resort is so amazing. You are going to LOVE it!

    Thanks for stopping by. Please come back if we can do anything else to help you. Here's wishing you a wonderful day and a magical Walt Disney World visit!

    -Nancy-
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Meet the Panelist: Nancy, Utah

Hi, I'm Nancy. I'm a mother to 8, grandmother to 9 and just about to celebrate 36 years of marriage to one amazing guy! There are few things that make me happier than spending time with my family and nowhere I would rather do that than at Walt Disney World. I'm so excited to help you with your questions about planning your own magical vacations and to share my ideas of how you can make your own special Disney memories that you will cherish forever and ever!  Learn More About Nancy

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