I was at the parks yesterday, and had to leave before the fireworks. It was windy all day, yet my friend insists that they would have shot off the fireworks. Can someone help me prove him wrong? Thanks!
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Very few people were waiting for the fireworks as well. It seems that people got the idea before they ever had to make an announcement. There was one long string of people sitting on the curb in front of the castle waiting but they took off after the announcement.
Originally Posted by PirateMickey
If they can feel a breeze on a wet finger held up into the air, they'll cancel the shows.
Balloons are a better indicator and they are released before the show and sometimes during the show. The more balloons you see the more unsure they are about doing the show I bet. Once I saw a flurry of balloons go up in the middle of a show. There were 5 or 6 of them.
And yet as early as 7pm they put all the crowd control stuff up and were making people go through a hastle through the tomorrowland entrance for no reason =P
If the only reason was purely to keep the CMs around and let them get paid, I'm fine with it. But still =P Cms were shouting at people to stay to their right and go around the astro orbitor and I was just shouting back in laughter yeah for the fireworks woooooo and they broke a smile at least =P