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    We're always in planning mode but im trying to work out when its not too hot during the day in orlando? is there ever such a month? Perhaps January? whats october like?



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    We went 3 weeks last October, found the 1st 2 weeks to be still very humid but the 3rd week quite grey and un-humid! No rain tho....
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    We are usually there the first half of january and the weather has been ok....late 20's to early 30's most of the time. However, sometimes in the evening, we needed a long sleeve top on.

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    March and April are quite nice too..
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    I was at WDW the first week of March in 2007. Days were nice, with the evenings a bit on the nippy side for me. Probably perfect for those from cooler climates!

    I love December at WDW, but the weather can be variable. Last year it was uncomfortably warm the first 7 days or so of our visit--didn't even cool off much at night. It rapidly cooled off the remaining four days and we were freezing by the time we left! It was 35 degrees at 1:00 in the afternoon! BRRRRR!

    I would recommend layers for either time of the year. Everything from shorts, tanks and tees to long pants and sweatshirts. Coming from a cooler climate, you'll already be set for colder weather with jackets, gloves and hats/caps. That's a challenge for us--we're rarely out in cold weather at home! :)

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