Sounds like a wet and windy time for folks at DisneyWorld
Hurricane warnings were canceled as Tropical Storm Fay failed to meet the 74 mile per hour sustained wind threshold required by the National Hurricane Center.
Fay made landfall at Cape Romano early Tuesday where residents of nearby Marco Island were encouraged to evacuate.
Tropical Storm Fay's path is expected to bring it close to Orlando on Tuesday and eventually reach the Atlantic as a tropical depression on Wednesday.
It is anticipated that Fay will dump up to 10 inches of rain in certain areas and could generate isolated tornadoes.
Florida utilities are busy restoring power where outages have been reported.