Disney closes — for the fourth time ever — because of Hurricane Matthew

Walt Disney World Resort marked its 45th anniversary on October 1, 2016 in Lake Buena Vista, Florida. (Photo by David Roark/Disneyland Resort via Getty Images)
Walt Disney World Resort marked its 45th anniversary on October 1, 2016 in Lake Buena Vista, Florida. (Photo by David Roark/Disneyland Resort via Getty Images)

As Hurricane Matthew approaches Florida and the state prepares for hurricane-force winds and heavy rain, theme parks in Central Florida are issuing closures.

» Stay safe: Where to find a shelter in the area

Disney announced Thursday it would close its parks for just the fourth time in the resort’s history. The first three times also were for hurricanes: Sept. 15, 1999, for Floyd; Sept. 4-5, 2004, for Frances; and Sept. 26, 2004, Jeanne.

Here’s a wrapup of which parks are closing:

Disney

Disney’s theme parks, water parks, Disney Springs, miniature golf courses and ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex will close by 5 p.m. today and will stay closed Friday. Disney also canceled Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party for Thursday.

Click here for the latest from Disney.

Universal

The park posted a notice on its Facebook page that for Thursday, its theme parks and CityWalk will close at 5 p.m., Wet ‘n Wild will close at 2 p.m. and Halloween Horror Nights is canceled.

» Related: FPL forecasts up to 1.2 million customers could lose power

On Friday, all theme parks will be closed and Halloween Horror Nights is canceled.

Universal expects to reopen its parks Saturday.

Click here for the latest from Universal.

Legoland

Legoland Florida will operate as usual Thursday, but will be closed Friday.

Click here for the latest from Legoland.

SeaWorld

SeaWorld posted on its website that it will close at 2 p.m. Thursday and be closed Friday. The park is expected to be open from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday. Hours are subject to change.

The SeaWorld call center will follow the same schedule for Thursday and Friday, and reopen at 8 a.m. Saturday.

Click here for the latest from SeaWorld.

Check back for more updates.

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How FEC, All Aboard Florida and CSX are preparing for Hurricane Matthew

An FEC train travels along the tracks just south of Belvedere Road in West Palm Beach Thursday, April 23, 2015. (Bruce R. Bennett/The Palm Beach Post)
An FEC train travels along the tracks just south of Belvedere Road in West Palm Beach Thursday, April 23, 2015. (Bruce R. Bennett/The Palm Beach Post)

Rail lines in Florida are preparing for possible effects as Hurricane Matthew approaches the state.

Florida East Coast Railway is shutting down its train service tonight, said Robert Ledoux, FEC senior vice president and general counsel.

COMPLETE LIST OF SHELTERS, EMERGENCY RESOURCES

Crews on those trains will swap about halfway through their trip so they can be back in their homes tonight, Ledoux said.

Click here for the latest on Tri-Rail service

FEC service will be closed tomorrow and could reopen either late Friday or Saturday, but much of that depends upon the extent of damage along FEC’s line.

Ledoux said about 100 FEC employees are staged to mobilize once the storm has passed. They’ll work in smaller crews, covering about 60 miles of track each to find and fix any damage.

The first service once the FEC line reopens will be northbound out of Miami, as Matthew is expected to move north along Florida’s coastline.

FEC also is watching storm forecasts closely to determine if and when signal arms may need to be removed. The arms will be removed once forecasts indicate an area is supposed to receive 80 mph sustained winds, Ledoux said.

CSX leaders have been monitoring Matthew and have activated the company’s Hurricane Operations Plan, a spokesperson said Wednesday.

The freight company has suspended its operations along its main line between Savannah, Ga., and Pembroke, N.C., starting today, the spokesperson said. CSX service in South Florida was suspended this morning until further notice.

The company is working with its customers to reroute freight traffic or make other arrangements as necessary as delays are expected in the Southeast, the spokesperson added.

 

Work has been underway to secure construction sites for All Aboard Florida’s Brightline passenger rail service stations.

“Safety is Brightline’s number one priority,” Brightline said in a statement. “We are closely monitoring the hurricane and have implemented the necessary safety precautions required for all active construction sites.”

More coverage of Hurricane Matthew:

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The latest from The Post’s weather reporter, Kim Miller

When will Florida’s Turnpike tolls be suspended for Hurricane Matthew?

Which Palm Beach County gas stations can pump without power?

Hurricane Matthew prompts Tri-Rail shutdown for Thursday, Friday

(Palm Beach Post staff file photo)
(Palm Beach Post staff file photo)

Tri-Rail will suspend its service after the final trains run tonight because of Hurricane Matthew, Tri-Rail spokesperson Bonnie Arnold said Wednesday.

The commuter rail service also will be shut down Thursday and Friday, and possibly Saturday and Sunday, Arnold said.

The decision on whether to reopen the rail line this weekend will depend on the extent of damage along the corridor and to rail crossing arms, she added.

The crossing arms themselves can take “a good 12 hours to fix,” Arnold noted.

The last southbound train tonight leaves Tri-Rail’s Mangonia Park station at 8:40 p.m. The last northbound train arrives in Mangonia Park about 11:35 p.m.

Check back for more updates.

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When do I put up my hurricane shutters?

Dozens of flights cancelled and delayed in South Florida

The latest from The Post’s weather reporter, Kim Miller

Make sure you have your hurricane supplies

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Hurricane Matthew: American, Allegiant cancel flights; Fort Lauderdale to suspend flights

Surf and wind from Hurricane Matthew crash on the waterfront in Baracoa, Cuba, Tuesday, Oct. 4, 2016. (AP Photo/Ramon Espinosa)
Surf and wind from Hurricane Matthew crash on the waterfront in Baracoa, Cuba, Tuesday, Oct. 4, 2016. (AP Photo/Ramon Espinosa)

UPDATE: Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport will suspend flights no later than 10:30 a.m. Thursday, according to the airport’s website.

UPDATE: American and Allegiant airlines have canceled some flights as Florida braces for Hurricane Matthew.

In addition, a JetBlue spokesperson said the airline will begin rolling out cancellations for Thursday and Friday flights in some Florida cities starting Wednesday night. To see if your flight has been canceled, go to http://www.jetblue.com.

American Airlines has canceled all flights scheduled to arrive at South Florida airports Thursday, the company said Wednesday.

All American flights into Miami, Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach International Airport are canceled; in addition, American Airlines will have limited departures from those three airports until noon tomorrow, with departures after noon canceled.

COMPLETE LIST OF SHELTERS, EMERGENCY RESOURCES

The airline plans to resume reduced operations to the three airports beginning at 8 a.m. Friday, the company said, with flights should be fully operational by noon that day.

In addition to the flights canceled by American, Allegiant has canceled the following flights scheduled to arrive or depart Fort Lauderdale on Thursday:

• To Fort Lauderdale: 1204 from Asheville, N.C.; 1711 from Ogdensburg, N.Y.; 1703 from Lexington, Ky.; 1701 from Plattsburgh, N.Y.; 1721 from Syracuse, N.Y.; 1719 from Columbus/Rickenbacker, Ohio; 1217 from Knoxville, Tenn.

• From Fort Lauderdale: 1205 to Asheville, N.C.; 1710 to Ogdensburg, N.Y.; 1702 to Lexington, Ky.; 1700 to Plattsburgh, N.Y.; 1720 to Syracuse, N.Y.; 1718 to Columbus/Rickbenbacker, Ohio; 1216 to Knoxville, Tenn.

Allegiant also has canceled a slew of flights into and out of Orlando and Sanford. Click here for the full list.

American Airlines and Allegiant — along with many other carriers — has issued travel waivers for its South Florida flights affected by Hurricane Matthew. Click here for more information.

American Airlines also has canceled its flights into and out of Orlando International Airport after 5:30 p.m. Thursday, the company said. American flights will be canceled through Friday, with limited service beginning at 9 a.m. Saturday, the company said.

At Jacksonville International Airport, American Airlines will have limited operations beginning Friday morning, with all American flights into and out of that airport canceled for the rest of the day and resuming Saturday.

Dozens of other flights into the area were canceled Wednesday.

Palm Beach International Airport had five delays and one cancellation as of Wednesday, according to flight tracking website FlightAware.

The site also reported there were 27 delays and 47 cancellations at Miami International Airport.

Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport reported via Twitter that it had 20 delays and 40 cancellations as of Wednesday.

For Thursday, FlightAware shows, as of Wednesday:

• 436 cancellations at Miami International Airport

• 131 cancellations at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport

• 39 cancellations at Palm Beach International Airport

Before heading to the airport, check with your airline’s website to see if your flight has been canceled or delayed.

South Florida airport websites:

Palm Beach International Airport

Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport

Miami International Airport

Check back for more updates.

More coverage of Hurricane Matthew:

The latest from The Post’s weather reporter, Kim Miller

Make sure you have your hurricane supplies

Which Palm Beach County gas stations can pump without power?

Airlines expand travel waivers in Southeast as Hurricane Matthew approaches

American is one of several airlines offering travel waivers for some flights. (Getty Images)
American is one of several airlines offering travel waivers for some flights. (Getty Images)

UPDATED: Several airlines have issued travel waivers for airports across South and Central Florida and the Caribbean as Hurricane Matthew makes its way toward the Sunshine State.

Many flights were delayed or canceled at Palm Beach International Airport, Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport and Miami International Airport.

» See the latest on delays and cancellations at South Florida airports

A travel waiver typically allows passengers to change their flights with little to no penalty. The waiver offered varies depending on the airline. For information regarding a specific flight, contact your airline.

Here’s the list of travel waivers in effect. This list will be updated as more waivers are announced.

American Airlines

Waiver benefits: No change fee for eligible flights.

Florida

Where the waiver is in effect: Daytona Beach, Fort Lauderdale, Jacksonville, Key West, Melbourne, Miami, Orlando and West Palm Beach.

You are eligible for the waiver if you are traveling on an American Airlines flight purchased before Oct. 4; you’re scheduled to travel Oct. 5-7; you can travel Oct. 5-12; and you don’t change your origin or destination.

Southeast U.S.

Where the waiver is in effect: Augusta and Savannah, Ga.; Charlotte, Fayetteville, Greensboro, Greenville, New Bern, Raleigh/Durham, Richlands and Wilmington, N.C.; Columbia, Charleston, Florence, Hilton Head Island and Myrtle Beach, S.C.

You are eligible for the waiver if you are traveling on an American Airlines flight purchased before Oct. 4; you’re scheduled to travel Oct. 5-9; you can travel Oct. 5-14; and you don’t change your origin or destination.

Caribbean

Where the waiver is in effect: Cienfuegos, Cuba; Holguín, Cuba; Santa Clara, Cuba; Cap-Haïtien, Haiti; Port-au-Prince, Haiti; Kingston, Jamaica; Montego Bay, Jamaica; Providenciales, Turks and Caicos Islands.

You are eligible for the waiver if you are traveling on an American Airlines flight purchased before Oct. 1; you’re scheduled to travel Oct. 1-6; you can travel Sept. 3o – Oct. 9; and you don’t change your origin or destination.

Bahamas

Where the waiver is in effect: Eleuthera, Exuma, Freeport / Grand Bahama, Marsh Harbour and Nassau.

You are eligible for the waiver if you are traveling on an American Airlines flight purchased before Sept. 30; you’re scheduled to travel Oct. 2-7; you can travel Sept. 30-Oct. 11; and you don’t change your origin or destination.

More information from American Airlines

Delta

Waiver benefits: Receive a refund for the unused portion of your ticket, or make a one-time change to your ticket without a fee on eligible flights.

Florida

Where the waiver is in effect: Daytona, Fort Lauderdale, Jacksonville, Key West, Melbourne, Miami, Orlando and West Palm Beach.

You are eligible for the waiver if you were supposed to fly from Oct. 6-7. Your ticket must be reissued on or before Oct. 12, and your rebooked travel must begin no later than Oct. 12.

Southeast U.S.

Where the waiver is in effect: Brunswick and Savannah, Ga.; Charleston and Myrtle Beach, S.C.; Fayetteville, Jacksonville, New Bern, Raleigh and Wilmington, N.C.

You are eligible for the waiver if you were supposed to fly from Oct. 6-9. Your ticket must be reissued on or before Oct. 14, and your rebooked travel must begin no later than Oct. 14.

Caribbean

Where the waiver is in effect: Kingston, Jamaica; Montego Bay, Jamaica; Georgetown, Bahamas; Port-au-Prince, Haiti; Providenciales, Turks and Caicos.

You are eligible for the waiver if you were supposed to fly from Oct. 2-6. Your ticket must be reissued on or before Oct. 9, and your rebooked travel must begin no later than Oct. 9.

More information from Delta.

Frontier

This airline has canceled many flights into and out of Orlando and St. Augustine. Click here for a complete list.

Waiver benefits: Receive one itinerary change; rules and restrictions regarding standard change fees, advance purchase, day or time applications, blackouts, and minimum or maximum stay requirements will be waived. Also, travellers on eligible flights may request a refund.

Florida

Where the waiver is in effect: Miami, Fort Lauderdale, Orlando and St. Augustine.

You are eligible for the waiver if you were originally scheduled to fly Oct. 5-8 and purchased your ticket on or before Oct. 4. Travel on rescheduled flight must be completed by Oct. 29.

More information from Frontier.

JetBlue

Waiver benefits: No change/cancel fees and waived fare differences for eligible flights.

U.S.

Where the waiver is in effect: Charleston, S.C.; Raleigh/Durham, N.C.; Savannah/Hilton Head, Ga.; and Daytona Beach, Fort Lauderdale, Jacksonville, Orlando and West Palm Beach.

You are eligible for the waiver if you were supposed to fly from Oct. 5-9 and booked your flight on or before Oct. 4. You may rebook from now through Oct. 18, before your originally scheduled flight was set to depart.

Caribbean

Where the waiver is in effect: Kingston, Jamaica; Montego Bay, Jamaica; Nassau, Bahamas; Port-au-Prince, Haiti; Providenciales, Turks and Caicos; Santa Clara, Cuba.

You are eligible for the waiver if you were supposed to fly from Oct. 2-6 and booked your flight on or before Sept. 30. You may rebook from now through Oct. 10, before your originally scheduled flight was set to depart.

More information from JetBlue.

Silver

Waiver benefits: No change fees or fare differences for eligible flights.

Florida

Where the waiver is in effect: Fort Lauderdale, Fort Myers, Jacksonville, Key West, Miami, Orlando, Pensacola, Tallahassee, Tampa and West Palm Beach.

You are eligible for the waiver if you were schedule to fly Oct. 3-8. You must exchange your ticket and complete your travel by Nov. 17.

Bahamas 

Where the waiver is in effect: Bimini, Freeport, Governors Harbour, Great Exuma Island, Marsh Harbour, Nassau, North Eleuthera and Treasure Cay.

You are eligible for the waiver if you were schedule to fly Oct. 3-8. You must exchange your ticket and complete your travel by Nov. 17.

More information from Silver.

Southwest

Waiver benefits: No additional charge for rebooking for eligible flights.

U.S.

Where the waiver is in effect: Charleston, S.C.; and Fort Lauderdale, Fort Myers, Jacksonville, Orlando and West Palm Beach.

You are eligible for the waiver if you were scheduled to fly Oct. 4-8 and rebook in the same class as originally scheduled within 14 days of the original date of travel between the same originating city and destination.

Caribbean

Where the waiver is in effect: Montego Bay and Nassau.

You are eligible for the waiver if you were scheduled to fly Sept. 30-Oct. 5 for Montego Bay and Oct. 2-7 for Nassau, and rebook in the same class as originally scheduled within 14 days of the original date of travel between the same originating city and destination.

More information from Southwest.

Spirit

Waiver benefits: No modification charge/fare difference for eligible flights.

Florida

Where the waiver is in effect: Fort Lauderdale and Orlando.

You are eligible for the waiver if you were scheduled to fly Oct. 6-7, and rebook your flight before Oct. 14. After Oct. 14, the modification charge still will be waived, but a fare difference will apply.

Southeast U.S.

Where the waiver is in effect: Myrtle Beach, S.C.

You are eligible for the waiver if you were scheduled to fly Oct. 7-8, and rebook your flight before Oct. 14. After Oct. 14, the modification charge still will be waived, but a fare difference will apply.

More information from Spirit.

United

Waiver benefits: No change fees and waived fare differences for eligible flights, as long as travel is rescheduled in the same cabin and between the same cities as originally ticketed.

Florida

Where the waiver is in effect: Fort Lauderdale, Jacksonville, Miami, Orlando and West Palm Beach.

You are eligible for the waiver if you were scheduled to travel between Oct. 5-7 and your new flight must be rescheduled before Oct. 12.

Southeast U.S.

Where the waiver is in effect: Charleston, Columbia and Myrtle Beach, S.C.; Charlotte, Fayetteville, Greensboro and Raleigh/Durham, N.C.; Jacksonville, Fla.; and Savannah, Ga.

You are eligible for the waiver if you were scheduled to travel between Oct. 6-9 and your new flight must be rescheduled before Oct. 14.

More information from United.

Allegiant

The airline has canceled a slew of flights into and out of Fort Lauderdale, Orlando and Sanford. Those flights will be rescheduled, and passengers on the affected flights will be contacted via email, Allegiant said. Check here for updates.

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The latest from The Post’s weather reporter, Kim Miller

Make sure you have your hurricane supplies

Which Palm Beach County gas stations can pump without power?

List of Palm Beach County grocery and home improvement stores with generators

List of Palm Beach County grocery and home improvement stores with generators

Shoppers grab plywood at the Home Depot on Palm Beach Lakes Boulevard in West Palm Beach in preparation for Hurricane Matthew Tuesday, October 4, 2016.  (Lannis Waters / The Palm Beach Post)
Shoppers grab plywood at the Home Depot on Palm Beach Lakes Boulevard in West Palm Beach in preparation for Hurricane Matthew Tuesday, October 4, 2016. (Lannis Waters / The Palm Beach Post)

Since 2006, many grocery and home improvement stores in Florida now have generators.

The decision came after hurricanes Frances, Jeanne and Wilma, when grocery stores lost millions of dollars worth of items after the storms knocked out power.

» RELATED: The latest on Hurricane Matthew from The Palm Beach Post

A law passed in 2006 also requires many gas stations to have transfer switches, which allow the gas pumps to run off generators. See a list of gas stations with transfer switches in Palm Beach County.

Publix alone has about 70 stores with generators in Palm Beach County, according to a list maintained by the county.

Use the interactive map below to find a grocery or home improvement store near you with a generator. On a phone: Pinch to zoom, swipe to move and tap on an icon to get more information about the store. (Map not working for you? Scroll down for a list of stores.)

Here is the list of Palm Beach County Publix, Lowe’s and Home Depot stores that have generators.

Publix (List order: from north to south)

• Countyline Plaza, 500 North U.S. Highway 1, Tequesta, 33469
• Chasewood Plaza, 6330 W Indiantown Road, Jupiter, 33458
• Abacoa Plaza, 5500 Military Trail, Jupiter, 33458
• Bluff’s Square Shopping Center, 4060 South U.S. Highway 1, Jupiter, 33477
• Jupiter Square Shopping Center, 95 U.S. Highway 1, Jupiter, 33477
• Jupiter Farms Village, 10142 Indiantown Road, Jupiter, 33478
• Sea Plum Town Center, 123 Honeybell Way, Jupiter, 33458
• The Shoppes of Jonathan’s Landing, 17400 Alternate A1A, Jupiter, 33477
• Mirasol Walk, 6251 PGA Blvd., Palm Beach Gardens, 33418
• Oakbrook Square Shopping Center, 11566 North U.S. Highway 1, Palm Beach Gardens, 33408
• Garden Square, 10913 North Military Trail, Palm Beach Gardens, 33418
• Promenade Shopping Plaza, 9900 Alternate A1A, Palm Beach Gardens, 33410
• Gardens Town Square, 4200 Northlake Boulevard, Palm Beach Gardens, 33410
• Legacy Place Shopping Center, 11231 Legacy Avenue, Palm Beach Gardens, 33410
• Frenchman’s Crossing, Hood Road & Alternate A1A, Palm Beach Gardens, 33410
• Northlake Promenade Shoppes, 374 Northlake Boulevard, Lake Park, 33408
• Publix at Riviera Beach, Blue Heron Boulevard and Lake Shore Drive, Riviera Beach, 33404
• Publix on Palm Beach, 265 Sunset Avenue, Palm Beach, 33480
• Southdale Shopping Center, 828 Southern Boulevard, West Palm Beach, 33405
• Village Commons Shopping Center, 831 Village Boulevard, West Palm Beach, 33409
• Crosstown Plaza, 2895 N. Military Trail, West Palm Beach, 33409
• Shoppes at Ibis, 10130 Northlake Boulevard, West Palm Beach, 33412
• Shoppes at Andros Isle, 8989 Okeechobee Boulevard, West Palm Beach, 33411
• Paradise Place, 4075 North Haverhill Road, West Palm Beach, 33417
• Palm Beach Plaza, 6820 Okeechobee Boulevard, West Palm Beach, 33411
• Polo Grounds Mall, 890 South Military Trail, West Palm Beach, 33415
• Crestwood Square, 11977 Southern Boulevard, Royal Palm Beach, 33411
• The Crossroads at Royal Palm Beach, 1180 Royal Palm Beach Boulevard, Royal Palm Beach, 33411
• Publix at the Acreage, 7050 Seminole Pratt Whitney Road, Loxahatchee, 33470
• Courtyard Shops at Wellington, 13880 Wellington Trace, Wellington, 33414
• The Groves at Royal Palm, 127 South State Road 7, Wellington, 33414
• Town Square at Wellington, 11950 West Forest Hill Boulevard, Wellington, 33414
• Riverbridge Centre, 6790 Forest Hill Boulevard, Greenacres, 33413
• Publix Atlantis, 4849 South Military Trail, Greenacres, 33463
• Greenwood Shopping Center, 1700 South Congress Avenue, Palm Springs, 33461
• Nassau Square, 7745 Lake Worth Road, Lake Worth, 33463
• Town Commons, 8899 Hypoluxo Road, Lake Worth, 33467
• Woods Walk Plaza, 9855 Lake Worth Road, Lake Worth, 33467
• Lantana Plaza Shopping Center, 5970 South Jog Road, Lake Worth, 33467
• Publix at Lake Worth, Dixie Highway and North 2nd Avenue, Lake Worth, 33460
• Lantana Shopping Center, 1589 W Lantana Road, Lantana, 33462
• Fountains of Boynton, 6627 West Boynton Beach Boulevard, Boynton Beach, 33437
• Meadows Square, 4753 North Congress Avenue, Boynton Beach, FL 33426
• Boynton Plaza, 111 North Congress Avenue, Boynton Beach, 33436
• Sunshine Square Shopping Center, 501 SE 18th Avenue, Boynton Beach, 33435
• Aberdeen Square, 4966 Le Chalet Boulevard, Boynton Beach, 33436
• Aberdeen, 8340 Jog Road, Boynton Beach, 33437
• Canyon Town Center, Boynton Beach Boulevard and Lyons Road, Boynton Beach, 33437
• Valencia Square, Woolbright Road and Jog Road, Boynton Beach, 33437
• Whitworth Farms, 12425 Hagen Ranch Road, Boynton Beach, 33437
• Village Square, 3775 Woolbright Road, Village of Golf, 33436
• The Plaza at Delray, 1538 South Federal Highway, Delray Beach, 33444
• Delray Square Shopping Center, 4771 West Atlantic Avenue, Delray Beach, 33445
• Shops of San Marco, 13860 South Jog Road, Delray Beach, 33446
• Village of Oriole Plaza, 7375 West Atlantic Avenue, Delray Beach, 33446
• Addison Centre, 16130 South Jog Road, Delray Beach, 33446
• North Delray Commons, 555 NE 5th Avenue, Delray Beach, 33483
• Westwinds of Boca, 9846 Glades Road, Boca Raton, 33434
• Mercado Real, 1001 South Federal Highway, Boca Raton, 33432
• The Reserve at Boca Raton, 9720 Clint Moore Road, Boca Raton, 33496
• West Boca Plaza, 22973 South State Road 7, Boca Raton, 33428
• Polo Club Shoppes, 5050 Champion Boulevard, Boca Raton, 33496
• Boca Valley Plaza, 7431 North Federal Highway, Boca Raton, 33487
• Woodfield Plaza, 3003 Yamato Road, Boca Raton, 33434
• Palmetto Park Square, 1339 West Palmetto Park, Boca Raton, 33486
• Lakeside Square at Logger’s Run, 11650 West Palmetto Park Road, Boca Raton, 33428
• Boca Village Square, 21230 Saint Andrews Boulevard, Boca Raton, 33433
• Garden Shops at Boca, Powerline Road and Palmetto Park Road, Boca Raton, 33433
• Publix at Spanish River, 4141 North Federal Highway, Boca Raton, 33431

Lowe’s

• 401 North Congress Avenue, Lake Park, 33403
• 4701 Okeechobee Boulevard, West Palm Beach, 33417
• 103 South State Road 7, Royal Palm Beach, 33411
• 1500 Corporate Drive, Boynton Beach, 33426
• 21870 State Road 7, Boca Raton, FL 33428

Home Depot

• 1694 West Indiantown Road, Jupiter, 33458
• 3860 Northlake Boulevard, Lake Park, 33403
• 1550 Palm Beach Lakes Boulevard, West Palm Beach, 33401
• 6800 Okeechobee Boulevard, West Palm Beach, 33411
• 220 South State Road 7, West Palm Beach, FL 33414
• 4241 Lake Worth Road, Lake Worth, 33461
• 5750 Jog Road, Lake Worth, 33463
• 1500 SW 8th Street, Boynton Beach, 33426
• 1400 Waterford Place, Delray Beach, 33444
• 15050 Jog Road, Delray Beach, 33445
• 9820 Glades Road, Boca Raton, 33434

Source: Palm Beach County

UPDATE: Hurricane Matthew affecting some flights out of South Florida

A plane comes in for a landing at Miami International Airport. (Getty Images)
A plane comes in for a landing at Miami International Airport. (Getty Images)

Hurricane Matthew — which as of the National Hurricane Center’s 5 p.m. Tuesday advisory has Palm Beach County in its path — is affecting some flights into and out of South Florida.

For Wednesday, 31 flights have been cancelled at Miami’s airport, 18 have been cancelled at Fort Lauderdale and there are no cancellations at Palm Beach International Airport, according to flight tracking website FlightAware.

Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport had 45 delays and 12 cancellations Tuesday, FlightAware reports.

» RELATED: Some airlines issue travel waivers as Hurricane Matthew prompts flight cancellations

Miami International Airport had 25 delayed flights and 27 cancelled flights as of 6 p.m. Tuesday, according to FlightAware.

Most of the cancelled or delayed flights are to or from Caribbean destinations, including Haiti and Cuba.

Only three delays were reported Tuesday at Palm Beach International Airport as of 6 p.m.

To see if your flight is delayed or cancelled, visit the airport’s website or contact your airline:

Palm Beach International Airport

Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport

Miami International Airport

This story will be updated as more information is available.

More coverage of Hurricane Matthew:

When do I put up my hurricane shutters?

The latest from The Post’s weather reporter, Kim Miller

Make sure you have your hurricane supplies

Which Palm Beach County gas stations can pump without power?