Hurricane Sally Impacts Alabama's Coast

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Hurricane Sally is still creeping along in the northern Gulf of Mexico.  Thanks to our reporter Jimmy Adams, we already see the impact of #HurricaneSally in Orange Beach/Gulf shores. You can watch the video here:

The expectation is that Sally will continue to have a slow pace and bring historic flooding to the coasts and further inland.  Also, there could be flooding rain across the southeast this week.  Sally brings the threat of life-threatening storm surge for the Florida panhandle, Alabama, Mississippi, and southeast Louisiana.

The National Weather Service noted on their Facebook page that as “Sally begins to move inland over the next 24 hours. Even though the hurricane slowed down, it does NOT mean that Alabama is in the clear. Central Alabama is still expecting a flooding threat with several inches of rain likely, and everyone should stay ALERT of this storm and the latest forecasts.”

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