The Walt Disney World Resort announced this afternoon that it plans to resume its (somewhat) normal operation schedule on Wednesday, as the outer edges of Hurricane Dorian move through Central Florida overnight.
Disney closed all four of its theme parks early on Tuesday in preparation for the storm, which devastated parts of the Bahamas this week before turning north. The storm's center is not forecast to come ashore in Florida, but much of the eastern half of the state should feel its effects, as Dorian remains close enough to lash coastal communities with hurricane or at least tropical storm force winds.
SeaWorld Orlando also announced that it and its Aquatica water park will reopen at 11am Wednesday. Update: Universal posted normal operating hours for Wednesday and the Orlando International Airport announced Wednesday morning that flights would resume at noon.Tweet
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