As Florida begins to dry out and mop up after Tropical Storm Debby, Gov. Rick Scott assured visitors that the state "will be ready for tourists on July 4.
"It will be a great tourism week next week in the Sunshine State," he said.
However, cleanup from Debby, a storm that stalled over parts of Florida for three days, may take awhile as floodwater recedes, but most tourist facilities and attractions were spared.
SeaWorld, DisneyWorld and other theme parks are open for business. The Sunshine Skyway Bridge near Tampa reopened after being closed for two days due to high winds.
Although hotels and resorts in the Panhandle area reported sporadic power outages, Panama City Beach reported no exodus of tourists.
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