Christmas at resorts
  • On Sep 9, 2017
    William from IL Asked

    We usually visit WDW in March, but we will be coming in December and wondered how the weather is 12/17 - 12/22. Not sure what type clothing to bring. Jeans, t-shirts, sweatshirts or what?

    Hey there, William! So happy to have you visit with us again.

    December in Florida is my favorite time of year to visit. My family has also visited during March and December and December is by far my favorite time of year. 

    As we both know, Florida can get extremely hot. However, during the "winter" months, like December, the temperature is very mild. Typically during the morning hours and night time, a sweatshirt or like jacket might be needed. The temperatures start and end in the mid-60s. Be sure to have a short sleeved shirt on under your light jacket or sweatshirt, due to the temperature rising during the afternoon. The weather will still be bearable as it might climb as high as the mid-80s. During the afternoon hours, it's the perfect time to have a meal outside or take a dip in the resort pool. 

    Pants or shorts, sandals or sneakers, can be worn. You'll really enjoy this time of year at Disney. Outside of the beautifully decorated theme parks and resorts, the awesome temperatures just make this trip even more magical!

    Enjoy your holiday Disney vacation! Stop by and see us again!

    Korliss
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Meet the Panelist: Korliss, Alabama

My love for all things Disney developed at the age of 3 from my parents. Today, my toddlers, husband, and extended family share my passion for Walt Disney World too. I am excited to share my passion with you, as I help you plan your next Disney vacation.  Learn More About Korliss

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