Cold weather closes Florida water parks on Sunday and Monday

Water parks across the state are closed due to cold temperatures.

A major front entered Florida on Saturday morning, bringing along severe weather that caused damage in Volusia and Lake County. Cooler air followed after skies cleared up, dropping temperatures into the 30s and 40s by Saturday night and into Sunday morning. This cooler air will stick around well into the first official work week of 2020, as warmer air is not expected until Thursday.

With the cooler temperatures, several water parks across Central Florida announced that they will be closed.

For instance, Volcano Bay at Universal Orlando Resort was closed on Sunday and will reportedly also be closed on Monday.

SeaWorld Orlando's Aquatica was closed all day on Sunday as well. They have not yet announced a closure for Monday.

Typhoon Lagoon at Walt Disney World announced that they will be closed on Sunday and Monday.

Disney's Blizzard Beach water park is already closed for refurbishment.

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Further closures could be expected throughout the week, as it is not expected to warm up until the latter half of the week.

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