Tropical Storm Sally forecast to become hurricane as it targets New Orleans, gulf states
Is gaining strength this morning as it moves over the Gulf of Mexico. NPR's Amy held reports it's expected to hit the Gulf Coast is a Category two hurricane by Tuesday. Hurricane warning now extends from southeastern Louisiana into Mississippi, including New Orleans, prompting Mayor LaToya Cantrell to issue evacuation orders for parts of the city not protected by levees system is slowing down and potentially Building his strength. Everyone needs to take this very seriously. Eric Blake is with the National Hurricane Center and says Sally could bring up to 20 inches of rain and 100 mile per hour winds which could push massive amounts of seawater on shore Storm surge. We're talking 7 to 11 ft. Life threatening and extremely dangerous. Louisiana is once again under a state of emergency. After dealing with Hurricane Laura. Late last month, Amy held NPR news.