SAN DIEGO (KGTV) -- SeaWorld San Diego was closed for the day on Tuesday as rain drenched most of San Diego County.
Park officials issued a statement on Monday to announce the March 10 closure due to “possible periods of significant rain and high winds.”
Park officials say they anticipate opening again on Wednesday, March 11.
Visitors are urged to check the park’s website for updated information.
According to the National Weather Service, coastal areas around SeaWorld could get as much as an inch of rain from Monday night through Wednesday morning.
Other parts of the county, including the mountains, could see up to 2.5 inches of rain.