Walt Disney World Reopens after Irma

Posted September 13, 2017

Universal Studios-near Disney World-also reopened Tuesday, the park stated.

At least one of the Orlando, Florida, theme parks popular with tourists around the world has plans to reopen now that Hurricane Irma has moved out of the state.

INSIDER has learned Disney's four main theme parks along with shopping area Disney Springs will reopen with normal, operating hours.

Monday's closures include Universal Studios, Typhoon Lagoon, Animal Kingdom, Magic Kingdom Park, Fort Wilderness, Blizzard Beach, Hollywood Studios, Disney Springs, Epcot and ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex. Animal Kingdom's Planet Watch, Gorilla Falls Exploration Trail and Kali River Rapid will remain closed Tuesday. The Magic Kingdom was also closed for part of the day October 24, 2005 for Hurricane Wilma.

Hurricane Irma has left disruption to many in Florida, with 6.5 million homes - about two thirds of the population - without power.

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According to data the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration provided, the Orlando Airport got about 9.42 inches of rainfall between Saturday and Monday morning.

The Happiest Place on Earth has survived Hurricane Irma and will reopen on Tuesday. However, Hurricane Irma has ripped through the Caribbean and reached Florida over the weekend, prompting the theme park to shut.

Overnight, the park suffered from strong winds, heavy rain, and loss of power.

SeaWorld Orlando had no significant damage "discovered as of initial checks on Monday morning", according to a statement from the park. The park has not announced a reopening of its Discovery Cove.