Sep 15, 2020

HURRICANE SALLY


HURRICANE SALLY IS SLOWLY MOVING TOWARD THE GULF COAST TODAY WITH WINDS OF 100 MPH AND HEAVY RAIN AS FORECASTERS WARNED OF POTENTIALLY HISTORIC FLOODING AND GOVERNORS DECLARED STATES OF EMERGENCY. SALLY ONCE APPEARED TO HAVE NEW ORLEANS IN ITS SIGHTS BUT FORECASTERS CONTINUE TO NUDGE THE TRACK EASTWARD AND NOW EXPECT THE STORM TO BLOW ASHORE NEAR THE MISSISSIPPI-ALABAMA STATE LINE. SALLY WAS EXPECTED TO PRODUCE 8-16 INCHES OF RAIN FROM THE FLORIDA PANHANDLE TO SOUTHEASTERN MISSISSIPPI THROUGH MID-WEEK, WITH 2 FEET OF RAIN POSSIBLE IN ISOLATED SPOTS. THE WIND SPEED MENTIONED IN LEDE MAY NEED TO BE UPDATED AT 11AM. https://www.nhc.noaa.gov/

Severe Weather Alert