Hurricane Sally Nears Northern Gulf Coast


Sally is crawling toward the northern Gulf coast to just two miles an hour, a pace that lets that storm gathered huge amounts of water to eventually dump on land. And flooding concerns are big tonight. Forecasters now expect landfall overnight near the Alabama Mississippi state line. The storm sustained winds or at 80 miles an hour. It's 83 miles south of Mobile Alabama. Rainfall is increasing in the two states, where some coastal roads are closed. Forecasters say the slow moving storm will bring record flooding to the region. With nearly 2 Ft. Of rain accumulation in some areas near the coast. Alabama's governor K. I've urges residents near mobile Bay to get out of there if they still can

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