Hong Kong Disneyland is bracing for a series of attraction closures today due to an amber rainstorm warning issued for the area. If there’s anything we can count on when it comes to Disney theme parks, it’s their resilience to stay open come rain or shine, but Mother Nature sometimes has other plans.

Despite the parks’ dedication to remaining operational, the safety of guests and cast members always comes first. Hence, when extreme weather hits, temporary closures of outdoor attractions are a necessary precaution. Among the attractions likely to be impacted at Hong Kong Disneyland are the family favorite Wandering Oaken’s Sliding Sleighs, Dumbo the Flying Elephant, the adventurous Jungle River Cruise, and the thrilling Big Grizzly Mountain Runaway Mine Cars.

This isn’t the first time this May that Hong Kong Disneyland has had to deal with severe weather disruptions. Earlier this month, nine attractions were shuttered due to adverse weather conditions. As of now, park operations continue, but with heavy rainfall affecting the fun, guests should prepare for sudden closures. The forecast predicts similar stormy conditions stretching into early June.

The silver lining? Disney fans can soon enjoy a behind-the-scenes look at one of Hong Kong Disneyland’s newest marvels. Disney+ will premiere a documentary titled “For the First Time in Forever: The Making of World of Frozen” on June 1, providing an exclusive peek into the magical creation process by Walt Disney Imagineering. Check out our review of this enchanting new land for more details!

Are you planning a visit to Hong Kong Disneyland? How do you feel about these weather-induced closures? Share your thoughts in the comments below, and don’t forget to interact with other Disney fans! It’s always a good time to talk Disney, rain or shine.

Original reporting by [Inside the Magic](https://insidethemagic.net) and image credits to Hong Kong Disneyland Resort, Brett Kiger, Flickr, and Ed Aguila.