Hurricane Sally Produces Historic Flooding Along Portions of the Northern Gulf Coast

By  //  September 17, 2020

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large storm spans approximately 250 miles

Hurricane Sally from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration satellite. The storm has produced historic life-threatening flooding along portions of the northern gulf coast.

The National Weather Service wants you to have the latest, most accurate information on Sally to keep you informed and safe.

Hurricane Sally made landfall near Gulf Shores Alabama at 4:45 a.m. as a category 2 hurricane.

They have provided a compilation of information that you can use before, during, and after the storm to have the most current forecasted weather conditions for your area, evacuation and shelter information, and available resources to help keep you safe.

NWS offices will be using #Sally on Twitter throughout the event.