The seemingly endless stream of bad weather forced several Southern California theme parks to close Wednesday and others to restrict hours or limit access to certain areas.
SeaWorld San Diego, Legoland California and Six Flags Magic Mountain were closed Wednesday due to inclement weather.
Knott's Berry Farm, which closed early Tuesday because of the rain, was open for business Wednesday.
Disneyland was operating on a regular schedule Wednesday, but Disney California Adventure planned to close an hour early (at 9 p.m.), just as the park did Tuesday.
The San Diego Zoo and San Diego Safari Park were both open Wednesday but operating with limited access to certain areas. For example, the tram is not operating at the zoo, and the tiger and gorilla exhibits at the safari park were closed because of the rain.
Universal Studios Hollywood's operating hours have been unaffected by the rain.
Major Southern California parks were expecting to follow their normal operating schedule Thursday and through the holiday weekend. Check each park's website for weather-related updates.
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