Thousands of college students and party people have descended on Florida this week to celebrate what’s expected to be the largest Spring Break ever free of COVID-19 restrictions.
While 2020 saw a dismal 1,500 people a day flying to Florida and 2021 saw a crowd of about 65,000 Spring Breakers, the Tampa Bay Times estimated that 570,000 students will be on holiday in the Sunshine State to party on the beaches.
The majority of Spring Breakers are estimated to come out this weekend, with Friday seeing sunny weather and temperatures in the low 80s. Saturday is expected to bring showers in the afternoon before fair weather returns on Sunday and Monday.
The most hectic period of Spring Break, which is expected to last until March 20, comes as six college students, five of which were West Point cadets, overdosed on fentanyl-laced cocaine on Thursday.
The majority of Spring Breakers are estimated to come out this weekend, with Friday seeing sunny weather and temperatures in…