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  • We would allway go in July for the 4th of july ever year. The weather is allways humid in Florida I should know I was raised there. But The Magic Kindom has the fireworks show on the 4th and a electric show parade it is nice and worth it take a camera and camcorder a small one nothing to bulky. Take a small back pack so you can put every thing in it and we would take water bottles and snacks because it is very expensive. A bottle of water there is like $5 bucks. A sandwhich is like $9 bucks. There are always a lot of people in Orlando so I dont know about trying to get away from the crouds. The lines are long. My favorite place is epcot center that is really fun. Pick up coupon books.
  • It depends on what you want to do. Summer is nearly unbearably hot and humid. We run in the low-mid 90's with high humidity. As such from June through August, we can have rain any afternoon. Usually it's a passing storm, though, and doesn't ruin the day. The winter is gorgeous - from about November through March or April -- with temperatures in the high 60's-75 and very dry. Summer is a big season for tourists, as are holidays, so expect a lot of traffic and congestion in the parks. As far as hurricanes... We went 80 years without one. We had one bad year and the state will panic about it for the next century, but we're really not prone to hurricanes in teh middle of the state. When you do visit, simply remember to bring an umprella or rain poncho(buy one there, it's cheaper) and drink lots of water.
  • I'd go in March (avoid Spring Break) - May. Cheaper hotels, not yet hurricane season, and the temps should be nice, not too hot.
  • It's more likely to be cool November - February which is also out of hurrican season.
  • hurricane season starts on june 1st and runs through the 1st of the year. peak for hurricanes usually is august to october. october & march are USUALLY the best for temps. Not too hot/humid and usually not too cold. However if you are planning on going in the ocean, try october because by march the water is COLD. the rainy season is different every year. but the average is from june to august.
  • ORLANDO HAS A LOT TO OFFER, NOT JUST THE THEME PARKS. IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR OUTDOOR, REMEMBER THAT MAY THROUGH SEPT IS HOT AND HUMID. DISNEY IS BEST OCT THROUGH FEB. THE WEATHER IS NICER AND IT IS NOT AS CROWDED. IF IT IS DISNEY, CHECK THEIR WEB SITE FOR PACKAGE DEALS.BOTH THEME PARKS,DISNEY AND UNIVERSAL HAVE GREAT SHOWS FOR THE HALLOWEEN AND CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS. THERE IS A TOURIST ATTRACTION IN ORLANDO AT PALM GARDENS, ICE SCULPTURES, MADE FROM OVER 1 MILLION TONS OF ICE, AVAILABLE ONLY DURING NOV-DEC. IF YOU ARE COMING TO ORLANDO TO VISIT DISNEY MY ADVICE WOULD BE TO COME IN LATE FALL, REMEMBER IT CAN'T BE DONE IN A DAY. TAKE YOUR TIME, DO YOUR RESEARCH, THEN DO THE THINGS THAT APPEAL TO YOU THE MOST.
  • Don't come! It is yet another tourist trap. Disney is getting shotty and beat up and its never as good as you remember it from when you were a kid, yet everything is exactly the same at the same time. It is full of every reject and rude moron on the planet from all over the world... It is hot as hell... and therefore rather close in both proximity and detail... the hotels in the area, outside the ones in the actual parks that are STUPID expensive... Are shotty and run down and especially in this economy... they are getting worse from far less help. Orlando itself... is slowly getting like a ghetto with tourist stores where you can buy towles and sunglasses and crap like that. Save your money... Go elsewhere. I live here so I should know!
  • I think you want weather.com for that one. http://www.weather.com/outlook/travel/vacationplanner/destination/planner-orlando?from=vac_cityoverview

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