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HERSHEY, Pa. (CBS) — Hersheypark is closed for a third time in the same week due to severe weather.

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The amusement park was first closed on Monday after a weekend of excessive rain and flooding.

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The park reopened Tuesday at 10 a.m. with a warning to visitors that their operation remaining open was subject to how the weather performed.

The park decided to close Wednesday for the safety of their guest and employees.

Officials say Hersheypark will also be closed Thursday.

Knoebels was also shut down on Monday due to the severe weather.

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The weather forced the parks to endure an early closure on Tuesday.

According to Facebook, Knoebels is also closed Wednesday due to the severe weather and flooding.

The National Weather Service says there is a high risk of “excessive rainfall and flash flooding” in areas of central Pennsylvania Wednesday.

They warn to be careful if traveling by car due to the risk of accidents and fatalities.