Theme parks in the Orlando, Florida area are beginning to reopen after being shut down by Hurricane Matthew earlier this week.
All four parks at Walt Disney World reopened for business at 8 a.m. Saturday, according to a statement from the company.
Universal Orlando, Islands of Adventure, SeaWorld Orlando, Legoland Florida and Gatorland were all expected to reopen on Saturday after being closed on Thursday and Friday, according to a report from WESH in Orlando.
It’s good to be back pic.twitter.com/mtPwzGl401
— WDW News Today (@WDWNT) October 8, 2016
Most southern Florida beaches suffered only minimal erosion from the storm and have reopened, according to the Sun-Sentinel of Broward County.
In northern Florida, officials in Jacksonville were hoping to reopen beaches in the area on Saturday afternoon, according to News 4 Jacksonville.
As of Saturday morning, Hurricane Matthew was unleashing its fury on coastal South Carolina. An EarthCam camera located at Myrtle Beach gives viewers a look at the storm.