For small businesses reliant on summer tourism, extreme weather is the new pandemic

DAN DAWSON, owner of Horizon Divers, poses outside his dive shop in Key Largo, Fla. Dawson saw business boom during the pandemic. Now it's back to pre-pandemic levels. / ASSOCIATED PRESS FILE PHOTO / REBECCA BLACKWELL
NEW YORK (AP) – For small businesses that rely on summer tourism to keep afloat, extreme weather is replacing the pandemic as the determining factor in how well a summer will go.  The pandemic had its ups and downs for tourism, with a total shutdown followed by a rush of vacations due to pent-up demand.…

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