I'm not in FL, but get some ice and a thermometer. Put it in water bottles, and keep them in a cooler. Add them to the tank and monitor the temperature. That is, if heat will be an issue.
Hopefully heat won't be too much of an issue. My tanks are kept at 78-80 degrees as it is. I'll have some distilled/pre-treated water prepared just in case anything happens though. I didn't think about the temp being an issue so thank you! Can cross another worst case scenario off the list.
Location: West coast of the east coast of the USA.
Not a doggone thing. My tanks can go a few days with no power easy.
Dilution is the solution for the pollution.
Quote me as saying I was misquoted.
Once you get rid of integrity the rest is a piece of cake.
Here's to our wives and sweethearts - may they never meet.
If you agreed with me we'd both be right.
My tanks can go weeks without mechanical filtration, I once had a filter clogged for a month and didn't notice. It's the lighting.. the tanks that don't even get indirect light are worrisome, plants will fade and nothing to uptake waste, but a few days aren't a problem.