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Guests who did choose to wait for sunny skies to return before visiting Disney World were able to take advantage of Disney's hurricane policy. The policy went into effect as soon as a hurricane warning was issued for the Orlando area. Any guest with a planned arrival date within seven days of the hurricane warning was able to call to reschedule their Disney vacation package or hotel reservation without cancellation or change fees.
Q: What is the difference between a hurricane or topical storm warning and a hurricane or tropical storm watch?A: The National Hurricane Center is the agency responsible for monitoring and issuing watches and warnings in the Atlantic and Northeast basins. A warning is issued when hurricane or tropical storm conditions are expected within 24-36 hours, and a watch when hurricane or tropical storm conditions are possible within 36-48 hours. If a warning or watch is issued, visitors should begin preliminary preparations for potential evacuation of hotels and airport delays or flight cancellations. Residents and visitors should monitor local news and weather reports to learn about potential street flooding from heavy rain or possible storm surge and high winds.
Q: What should I do if I am visiting Greater Fort Lauderdale and a hurricane threatens the area?A: Visit Lauderdale actively works with Broward County emergency management officials who keep in constant contact with the National Hurricane Center, based in South Florida. The tourism bureau provides official updates to hotel management in the event there is a need to evacuate. Information regarding lodging availability located inland from the beach is provided to beach and waterfront hotels that would receive possible evacuation orders. If there is a storm threat, check with the hotel's front desk and visit the Visit Lauderdale website hotels section at visitlauderdale.com/places-to-stay/. Should a storm threaten, for safety reasons, visitors are always asked to evacuate beachfront and waterfront hotels temporarily until a hurricane warning is lifted. Although emergency officials will err on the side of caution, evacuation orders are only given if there is a significant storm threat.
Q: I'm visiting Greater Fort Lauderdale and there is an order to evacuate the hotel I am staying. Where can I go and how do I get there?A: There are several options. Check with the front desk or hotel concierge regarding availability at another hotel farther inland. Visit Lauderdale works cooperatively with area hotels to advise on available vacancies in the area. The bureau's housing services department will also post information on the Greater Fort Lauderdale website at visitlauderdale.com/places-to-stay/.If visitors do not want to change hotels or can not find availability in a similar level accommodation, Broward County will provide visitors the opportunity to evacuate to a hurricane shelter while a hurricane warning is in effect for the area their accommodations are located. If visitors do not have a rental car or their own car while visiting, the County provides buses and shuttles to local hurricane shelters.
Q: I have immediate plans to travel to Greater Fort Lauderdale, but an evacuation has been ordered for the area I am scheduled to stay. Can I continue with those plans? A: If an evacuation is ordered for the barrier islands and beach areas, the hotels in these areas will not be open for business and will be in the process of relocating guests to inland hotels or shelters. If you travel to Greater Fort Lauderdale, you will not be permitted on the barrier islands. Furthermore, most, if not all visitor facilities will not be open for business in preparation for the hurricane. It's best to reschedule travel plans to visit Greater Fort Lauderdale once the storm has passed and access to the beach areas is restored. 781b155fdc