Inclement Weather Warnings
Florida is known for its frequent lightning storms, especially in the summer months. While at Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex, guests will be asked to adhere to NASA protocol in the event of inclement weather. You may hear visitor complex associates call a “Phase 2,” meaning lightning is present or imminent in the immediate area. In the event of inclement weather, including cloud to ground lightning, guests will be asked to seek shelter or remain indoors until the storm passes.
The below symbol, a red triangle with a white exclamation mark in the center is the symbol the visitor complex is in a Phase II warning.
The below symbol, a yellow arrow with a white exclamation mark, means that the weather is all clear.
The below symbol, a green arrow with a white exclamation mark, means that the weather is all clear.
For your safety, please respect all weather warnings and the recommendations of our associates while touring the visitor complex.