Hurricane Ian / Update + Curfew 9/29/2022

Newest Update shows Ian as TS on Atlantic Ocean now

Hurricane Ian was one the biggest to reach Florida peninsula ( 20 miles diameter ) and made a lot of destruction on his path, specially on west coast where it made landfall.

Luckily our Central Florida had not so much destruction since it reduced speed from 145 mph cat 4 from coast to almost 65 mph and TS Tropical Storms ( close to Polk County at 2am thu ) when came to our area and better he came lower line position than expected so was even far from original prediction lines…

We got strong winds gusts up to 70 mph and strong rainfall during entire night and until today, now afternoon is light raining and few winds.Much better as Ian came to East Cost today morning and now is leaving our State.

Osceola County Curfew:

Due flood areas and cleaning streets and fixing power utilities , Osceola County has stated the curfew today 09/29/2022 from 9pm to 6am , follow information :

A curfew has been enacted in the city of Kissimmee from 9 p.m. Thursday until 6 a.m. Friday because of major flooding in the city.

It does not apply to essential personnel and people traveling to and from work.

Due to extensive flooding in our community, the City of Kissimmee has issued a mandatory curfew from 9 pm to 6 am until further notice. Remain at home during that time unless you are required to commute for work or are an essential worker.

Ours Communities are safe !


Hurricane Ian Making Landfall In Southwest Florida With Catastrophic Surge, Winds, Flooding 

Hurricane Ian is making land fall right now ( WED 2PM ) at the area of Cape Coral, south of Tampa, and is hitting on Cat4 almost becoming a Cat5 w Winds of 155 mph and moving NE 9 mph, Kissimmee is excepted to be reached straight by a TS Tropical Storms at Thursday 9/29 8AM , of course we are already inside Hurricane Ian Influence almost entire Florida Now, as you can see radar pictures.

All of Wonder Vacation Homes are prepared and our team worked hard those pasts 3 days to prepare all pateo furniture and outside decorations to prevent any projectile that could damage people neither properties.

Stay Inside, Stay Safe and any questions use official authorities information’s link :

https://www.osceola.org/agencies-departments/emergency-management/hurricane-center/

https://www.nhc.noaa.gov

https://www.floridadisaster.org

https://weather.com/storms/hurricane/news/2022-09-28-hurricane-ian-forecast-landfall-florida-damaging-winds-storm-surge

Lanfall Hurricane Monster Picture now WED 2PM at Cape Coral
Expected Arrival at Kissimmee Area THUR 8AM as TS Tropical Storms

SPANISH

El huracán Ian tocó tierra en el suroeste de Florida con una oleada catastrófica, vientos e inundaciones

28 de septiembre de 2022 por Wonder Vacation Homes

El huracán Ian está haciendo que la tierra caiga ahora mismo (Jueves a las 2 p.m.) en el área de Cape Coral, al sur de Tampa, y está golpeando a Cat4 casi convirtiéndose en un Cat5 con vientos de 155 mph y se mueve NE 9 mph, Kissimmee está exceptuado para ser alcanzado directamente por un TS Tropical Storm

Todas las casas de vacaciones Wonder están preparadas y nuestro equipo trabajó duro esos últimos 3 días para preparar todos los muebles pateo y decoraciones exteriores para evitar cualquier proyectil que pudiera dañar a las personas ni a las propiedades.

Manténgase dentro, Manténgase a salvo y cualquier pregunta utilice el enlace de información de las autoridades oficiales:

Https://www.osceola.org/agencies-departments/emergency-management/hurricane-center/

Https://www.nhc.noaa.gov

Https://www.floridadisaster.org

Https://weather.com/storms/hurricane/news/2022-09-28-hurricane-ian-forecast-landfall-florida-damaging-winds-storm-surge

PORTUGUESE

Furacão Ian Fazendo Aterramento No Sudoeste Da Flórida Com Onda Catastrófica, Ventos, Inundações

28 de setembro de 2022 por Wonder Vacation Homes

O furacão Ian está chegando na terra agora ( quarta-feira às 14h) na área de Cape Coral, ao sul de Tampa, e está atingindo o Cat4 quase se tornando um Cat5 com ventos de 155 mph e se movendo NE 9 mph, Kissimmee é exceção de ser alcançado diretamente por um TS Tropical Storms na quinta-feira 9/29 8 da manhã,

Todas as Wonder Vacation Homes estão preparadas e nossa equipe trabalhou duro nos últimos 3 dias para preparar todos os móveis pateo e decorações externas para evitar qualquer projétil que possa danificar as pessoas nem as propriedades.

Fique Dentro, Fique Seguro e qualquer dúvida use o link de informações das autoridades oficiais:

Https://www.osceola.org/agencies-departments/emergency-management/hurricane-center/

Https://www.nhc.noaa.gov

Https://www.floridadisaster.org

Https://weather.com/storms/hurricane/news/2022-09-28-hurricane-ian-forecast-landfall-florida-damaging-winds-storm-surge


Breaking News about Hurricane Ian

Orlando is officially on the Hurricane Ian path on last predictions, check last update made right now ! Wonder Vacation Homes embraces all Tampa Bay Area and waterfront evacuated now on our homes. Central Florida is always safer and slower speed even with Thunderstorms coming direct over us, we will be safe !

Disney, Universal and MCO Intl Airport will close !
Stay tuned for upcoming events , be safe ! #wondervacationhomes #hurricaneian #DisneyWorld #UniversalStudios #Florida #mcointernationalairport


Hurricane Ian A Dangerous Threat To Florida, Including Tampa And Fort Myers Areas 

Wonder Vacation Homes is closely monitoring every development related to Hurricane Ian. We have been putting all of our units and guests through the same safety precautions we usually take starting yesterday.

Please check latest news below and we will bring updates constantly:

H​urricane Ian has now emerged into the Gulf of Mexico and is headed for a dangerous strike on Florida after hammering western Cuba at Category 3 intensity.

I​an rapidly intensified into a major hurricane at 2:30 a.m. EDT and then made landfall in western Cuba two hours later

A​ny final preparations for Ian in Florida should be rushed to completion today since conditions will deteriorate over the next 12 to 24 hours.

H​ere’s a look at the latest status and forecast.

Ian’s center has now emerged into the southeast Gulf of Mexico after raking across western Cuba. Storm surge flooding, heavy rain and damaging winds lashed Cuba’s western provinces late Monday into Tuesday in what was far western Cuba’s first Category 3 landfall in 14 years. Hurricane conditions are still ongoing in western Cuba.

Bands of rain containing gusty winds are lashing South Florida and the Florida Keys. Winds have gusted from 40 to 50 mph in Key West Tuesday.

A​ tornado watch is in effect for South Florida and the Keys until 5 p.m. EDT. 

Current Watches, Warnings

Hurricane warnings (shaded in purple in the map below) are in effect for parts of Florida’s West Coast and some degree inland, including Tampa-St. Petersburg and Fort Myers. This means hurricane conditions are expected by Wednesday morning, with tropical storm winds possibly arriving later Tuesday.

A hurricane warning is also in effect for parts of western Cuba, meaning hurricane conditions are ongoing.

storm surge warning is also in effect along much of Florida’s west coast, from the mouth of the Suwanee River to the southwesternmost tip of the Peninsula, including Tampa Bay, and also on the Atlantic side of northeast Florida from Marineland to the Georgia state line, meaning life-threatening flooding from rising water moving inland from the coastline is expected.

storm surge watch extends northward into Taylor County, Florida on the Gulf side and the Georgia and South Carolina coasts on the Atlantic side, as well as the Florida Keys. This means dangerous storm surge is possible in 48 hours or less.

Tropical storm warnings and watches extend inland in the Florida Peninsula, and stretch northeast along and near the coasts of Georgia and South Carolina, as you can see in the map below.

Forecast Path, Intensity

Here is the latest forecast path of Ian, according to the National Hurricane Center. This has been trending south and east over the last day or two.

Some additional strengthening is forecast on Wednesday, but then Ian could lose some wind intensity as it encounters increased wind shear and possibly some dry air as it nears Florida. That said, Ian will still be a large and dangerous major hurricane as it approaches the coast.

W​here the center of Ian makes landfall on Wednesday or Thursday will be critical for where the greatest storm surge pushes into the coast. Damaging winds and flooding rainfall are likely in a much broader area of the Florida Peninsula regardless of the final track.

The track could be a near worst-case storm surge scenario for the Tampa-St. Pete-Clearwater area if Ian follows a path near the left side of the cone of uncertainty.

A​ track on the right side of the path could send the worst storm surge farther south toward Charlotte Harbor and Fort Myers.

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R​ainfall

Heavy rainfall is a threat from the Florida Peninsula into portions of the Southeast from now through the weekend.

Here’s the latest rainfall forecast from the National Hurricane Center.

-Florida Keys and South Florida: 4 to 6 inches, with locally up to 8 inches.

-Central West Florida: 12 to 16 inches, with locally up to 24 inches.

-Northeast Florida and the remainder of the central Florida Peninsula: 5 to 10 inches, with locally up to 12 inches.

-​Multi-inch rainfall totals are also possible in parts of Georgia and the Carolinas.

This heavy rain is likely to trigger flash flooding, especially in urban areas, and river flooding.

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Rainfall Outlook(This should be interpreted as a broad outlook of where the heaviest rain may fall and may shift based on the forecast path of the tropical cyclone. Higher amounts may occur where bands of rain stall over a period of a few hours. )

Water pushing in from the Gulf could act as a temporary roadblock to rain-swollen rivers that normally drain to the Gulf, compounding flooding along and near the western Florida Gulf Coast.

Ian will then move inland over the Southeast U.S., spreading heavy rain, some winds and the potential for isolated tornadoes later Friday into the weekend. 

(​MORE: Ian A Gulf Coast Danger Regardless of Its ‘Category’)

All interests in the Florida Peninsula should monitor Ian’s forecast and have their hurricane plans in place. Heed any evacuation orders from local emergency management and make sure you’re prepared for potential long-lived power outages.

C​heck back with us at weather.com for the very latest on this developing situation.

Source : Weather Channel

more info about hurricane Ian, pls follow official links :

https://www.osceola.org/agencies-departments/emergency-management/hurricane-center/

https://www.nhc.noaa.gov

https://www.floridadisaster.org

Stay Safe, Wonder Vacation Homes Team


Good News about the Hurricane Ian

the Spaguetti projection shows more to West , Orlando is almost out of this Hurricane Ian projection path 🤞🏼

Source Rada Tracking

More info and updates follow our county information center : https://twitter.com/osceolaeoc/status/1574058141553250304?s=21&t=xv7Hx2ZLeKS0Ecpc2DfFIg

11 a.m. update on #Ian from the @NHC_Atlantic, with not much shift from this morning’s forecast.

Please prepare for strong winds and heavy rain. Gather emergency kit supplies, bring in items in your yard that could be carried by wind, and know your plan in case of an evacuation.

https://www.nhc.noaa.gov/

Stay Safe and emergencies call 911


Tropical Depression Nine Could Become Major Hurricane Threat For Florida

(Weather Official Info 09/23/2022 1pm)

Tropical Depression Nine is tracking through the Caribbean Sea and may become a serious hurricane threat for the northwestern Caribbean and Southeast U.S. next week, including Florida.

W​e are still in the very early stage of tracking this latest system. There are aspects of the forecast in which we have more confidence, while others remain uncertain, which is typical for tropical forecasting this far out in time.

H​ere’s a look at everything we know right now.

L​atest Status

T​ropical Depression Nine is located in the central Caribbean Sea and is moving west-northwest.

I​t’s still battling wind shear, but finally became organized enough to be deemed a tropical depression on Friday morning.

Heavy rain is the main threat from this system right now in Aruba, Bonaire, and Curacao. Flash flooding and mudslides are possible in these areas.

( Wonder Vacation Homes Statement 09/23/2022 3pm )

A Tropical Depression has formed in the Caribbean Sea and is forecast to become a Tropical Storm later today. This storm may become a threat for Florida by the middle of next week, however we are in the early stages of tracking this system. Wonder Vacation Homes is actively monitoring the storms progress and our Management Team is focused on preparation at your community should the storm track our way. Although the direct path of the storm is still unknown, we take the safety of our residents seriously and are committed to taking the necessary precautions to address issues that any severe weather conditions may present.

We will continue to provide updates as this storm develops and take action as appropriate.

We would like to remind you to be prepared and refer to your county hurricane preparedness safety and evacuation information which is attached to this email.

Stay Safe !


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Welcome Terminal C at MCO Intl Airport

Welcome new Terminal C at MCO Orlando Intl Airport, first plane received today ! 🛬🛫

Our first arrival at Terminal C is here!


Great Meeting this Morning at WVH

This mornings meeting was wonderful with our dedicated south Florida manager. Traveling from New York to visit us and share experiences , seek solutions to drive better reservations and experiences for all of ours guests !


Thank you Samantha for your time and thank you Wonder Vacation Homes team for collaborating and making such a unique work. Love it 😍!


We are one of the greatest property managers in Florida with our great performance in occupancy, Average daily rate and growth history ! 💪🏽👊🏽🙏🏽


We are also helping the entire trade with our solutions and expertise that they love to benchmark with us 👀💙


Let’s keep doing WVH team !


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Wonderful 4 Bd Close to Disney @ Magic Village Views 3092

Guests will fall in love with this stunning modern luxury vacation home! A fabulous location for the many entertainment options in the area!

Convenient location, just a mile away from Disney’s Animal Kingdom Park and Orlando’s most popular attractions. This resort-style gated community is set in between Sherberth Rd. and Black Lake Rd. with quick access to Hwy. 192.

Comfortably accommodates up to 12 guests in its 4 luxury suites.

Main Floor: Sitting and dining area. Full-equipped Kitchen w/ isle. Covered Open Private Patio w/BBQ and outdoor furniture. Bathroom. Washer/Dryer room.

Second Floor: Master Suite w/ KingSize bed, FullSize Sofa bed, desk, and ensuite full-bathroom. Suite (2) QueenSize bed and ensuite full-bathroom. Suite (3) w/ two TwinSize beds and ensuite full-bathroom.

Featured Amenities:

  • Patio w/ Furniture
  • BBQ Grill ready ( Cleaning Fee Apply ) !
  • Walk Distance to ClubHouse 
  • 3 Parking Spaces
  • Cable TV and Smart TV
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • HVAC
  • Alarm
  • Towels & Linen
  • Fully-equipped Kitchen & Laundry

OBS The use of resort amenities request a payment of a daily fee to Magic Village Clubhouse direct per unit.

Professionally Cleanned , High Touch Surfaces Disinfected, Stocked with New TP, Paper Towel, Hand Soap and more amenities for your Arrival Use ! Bathrooms and Kitchen Surfaces Cleaned with Professional Disinfectant and all Clothes are Washed w Bleach&Soap and Dried on high temperature. Cleaning Team uses Gloves and Masks during all cleaning time.During Pre Arrival Inspection Disinfectant are used again on high touch surfaces.All to be most safe environment for Your Stay !

*Refundable Damage Deposit Required.
*Club House Amenities and Pools are paid direct at Magic Village Resort upon a daily fee per use per home ( 100.00/home/day of use ) , direct w then.

We don’t accept pets of any kind.

Provided/All Units:
Kitchen, basics for cooking, self check-in, free parking, linens provided, towels provided, Water Heater, private living, smoke detectors, hangers, all single-family, senior-friendly, child-friendly, family-friendly, long term.