KEY WEST, Fla - Life is returning to normal in the Florida Keys after Tropical Storm Isaac .
Keys officials say there were no significant impacts from the storm and added that visitors could return to the popular vacation destination. Most of the power has been restored. State and county parks should be open by Tuesday.
But tourism officials encourage visitors to verify reservations.
Monroe County's emergency operations center will close later Monday, along with hurricane shelters in the area.
Key West International Airport planned to resume operations Monday. Schools were to resume classes Wednesday.
But the port of Key West will remain closed until the U.S. Coast Guard is able to complete a full assessment.
Officials hoped to inspect the port Monday, but officials say gusty winds are making that difficult.
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