Today (Monday, November 29), Disney’s Blizzard Beach remains closed. This is the third day in a row that the Water Park will not welcome Guests. It will remain closed tomorrow, November 30, as well.
The closure has nothing to do with rides or refurbishment. Disney’s Blizzard Beach has been closed because of cool temperatures in Central Florida. The high temperature on Monday is only supposed to hit 71 degrees, while on Tuesday it will be slightly warmer, with a high of 73 degrees.
While that might not seem cool to most people, it is too cold to open the Water Park. When the temperature drops, the number of Guests drops as well, and it is not financially feasible to open.
Aquatica Orlando is also closed on Monday, November 29. The Water Park does have times listed on Tuesday, November 30, although that could change. Aquatica is owned and operated by SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment.
Universal’s Volcano Bay is open on Monday, November 29. It is expected to be open on November 30 as well.
The temperature is supposed to rise in the Orlando area. The high temperature on Wednesday, December 1 is forecast to be 77 degrees, which should be warm enough for Disney to open Blizzard Beach. The days following will have high temperatures in the high 70s to the low 80s.
Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon Water Park remains closed. It has not yet reopened following the COVID-19 closure in 2020. There is no word on when it will open again.
While 70 degrees may be too cold for Disney to open Blizzard Beach, that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy some time in the water. If you are staying at a Walt Disney World Resort hotel, your pool will still be open, and the water is heated.
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