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  • On Aug 24, 2008
    Richard from NY Asked

    Going to WDW in January. Is the weather warm enough then to visit the water parks? Also when I booked my trip I didn't choose the water parks and more option. Can I still add that to my MYW ticket?

    You can buy a single day water park ticket or you can add the Water Park Fun & More option to your current ticket at any time during your trip. You can do this at any theme park ticket window or guest relations office.

    As to whether it will be warm enough to visit the water parks in January, I'd have to say, "That depends." Average daytime highs in January are in the low 70s, however there can be considerable variation in any given year. I was at WDW over MLK weekend in mid-January in 2007 and 2008 (and have reservations to be there again in 2009). In 2007, the temperatures were in the mid to high 70s. I enjoyed frosty drinks pool-side. The water parks would have been wonderful then. The same weekend a year later had rain and highs in the 50s. I didn't even take my swimsuit out of the suitcase. So, I think your plan to wait on the water park ticket purchase is a good one. You can make your decision when you see a weather forecast for the actual time of your travel.
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I have three teenage daughters. We're DVC members obsessed with Disney travel. We've been to Walt Disney World countless times and have visited Disneyland & Disneyland Paris. We've taken several Adventures by Disney and Disney Cruise trips. Learn More About Erin

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