Weather related delays and Disney policy
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I am considering traveling to WDW in January. However, I live in western NY and I worry about snowstorms at this time.
Has anyone had to delay their WDW vacation due to the weather?
How does WDW handle guests having their arrival postponed due to weather?
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We had to cut our vacation short one day because of a hurricane. They were very accomadating. We had originally booked a package and they refunded us the room portion of our reservation. I would think it works the same way for being delayed because of weather??