Mid-November weather at Walt Disney World

Mid-November weather at Walt Disney World

by Kim
(La Crosse, WI)

What is the general weather like in mid November?.....the temperature....so we know what kind of clothing to bring.

The Goofy Float at Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party

You can see Goofy at Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party - Photo by Sam Howitz

Dad's It's the Most Wonderful Time Answer

Kim,

Wow! Mid-November at Walt Disney World. What a great time to visit the best Christmas vacation destination in the world. Yes, I said Christmas. Christmas will be in full swing in mid-November. But let's tackle your weather question before we start playing.

The weather in November is just about perfect, usually. The average high in November is 79 (26C) and the average low is 59 (15C). And November is the driest month of the year in Orlando. As the old song says "it's close enough to perfect for me."

Now that doesn't mean an occasional hot or cold snap can't make things uncomfortable, but when you look at averages it looks really, really nice.

Dads's Walt Disney World Weather page


Now, let's have some fun.

November is the best month of the year at Disney World. It has the second best week of the year to visit and should have another in the top 5. Mid-November is just about perfect. Crowds are small (yes, I know about Jersey Week), lines are short and Walt Disney World is all dressed up for the holidays. It just doesn't get any better than that.

Yes, Dad loves Christmas at Disney World. It's just the (in the immortal words of Andy Williams) Most Wonderful Time of the Year. The parks are all decked out. The hotels are amazing. Christmas decorations are everywhere. At the Magic Kingdom Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party is a blast.

Dads's Christmas at Disney World page



Dad's Bottom Line

Kim, the combination of the weather and Christmas season make mid-November just about the best time of the whole year to visit Disney World.

Hey, Mrs. Mom. Wanna go to Disney World?

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