Disney Cruise Line and Its Ports of Call LIVE! Guidebook
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Weather conditions during your voyage vary greatly by location and season. Below you'll find weather charts for all of the Disney Cruise Line's home ports as well as nearly all ports of call (and if a port is missing, you can be sure we've included nearby ones with very similar weather). The first number is the average low temperature for that season, followed by the average high temperature, and, when available, the third number is the average precipitation in inches. Please note that for the purposes of this chart, spring is March–May, summer is June–August, fall is September–November, and winter is December–February.
Top Photo Slice: Sunny weather for the Disney Wonder cruise to Alaska (℗ 52488) Photo contributed by © chezp
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