On Thursday night in Walt Disney World, a massive tornado was sighted in the vicinity of Epcot Center after a warning was issued.
A tornado, or funnel cloud, formed near Spaceship Earth at Epcot at Walt Disney World on September 15 at about 6:45 p.m. EST, shocking parkgoers.
Following a string of warnings, guests at the Walt Disney World Resort may have been able to catch a glimpse of a tornado thanks to a photo shared online by users Andrew Klatt and Daniel Robertson. Until 8:30 PM tonight, the Walt Disney World region was under a tornado warning issued earlier today. They said that people were fleeing the area and seeking refuge in the Park.
The photo was captured by Andrew Klatt and shared on social media
Wicked weather happening now at Walt Disney World.
Pic by Andrew Klatt pic.twitter.com/GsCyrXi9e8
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Although it’s hardly one’s idea of a good time, bad weather is a reality that visitors to the Walt Disney World Resort in Central Florida should be prepared for. Guests can relax today, as they do every day, knowing that Disney has a mechanism in place to ensure their safety and the protection of Cast Members in the event of an emergency.
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