Tracy Bates

Published: September 16, 2013 at 10:04 AM

I was at busch gardens williamsburg the day before a hurricane fizzled and didn't go through the area as expected.

It was wonderful. The park was mostly empty and you could ride anything that you wanted with a less than 10 minute wait. On top of that, the temperature was perfect.

Tim Odom

Published: September 16, 2013 at 12:38 PM

In 2008, I went to WDW, Sea World, and Busch in the middle of the almost week long Tropical Storm Faye. Let me tell you, it was something. I will advise quite heavily against riding Big Thunder Mountain in the rain with no one sitting next to you, I went from one side of the bench to the other, so much pain. But, when you ride Splash Mountain in the middle of a downpour and are asked, on getting back to the station, if you wanted another ride, then you know things are just odd.

Honestly, that was the absolute worst weather I ever had down there, nothing could compare. It rained, and I mean hardcore rained, for an entire week. We still did pretty much everything aside from attractions that were never open, but by the time we got on the plane to go home we were all so ready to dry out.

Published: September 17, 2013 at 11:05 PM

Almost every time I went to TDS there was a typhoon. The last time I went, it rained so hard and it was so cold, that I only rode one ride. I thought the park were going to be empty, but many people buy day tickets, so there was a line to get in. I think I spent most of my time in restaurants drinking soup and buying coffee.