Normally, this is a great time of year to visit Disney World; warm, sunny, not too breezy, and not as many tourists as there will be come January. Normally.
Skies will become clear tonight, and winds will gradually subside. These conditions will promote widespread lows in the 30s, with readings below freezing hovering around the 30-degree mark in Marion and Sumter counties.
Orange County, where the parks are located, had a wind chill advisory set for last night through mid-morning today. It's colder in central Florida right now than it is in the Willamette Valley. Even around the coastal areas of Tampa-St. Petersburg, temps are hanging around 40 degrees. Probably not too many folks hitting the beaches in their bathing suits.
This is all due to Mann-made global warming, of course.