Hurricane Sally: 'Catastrophic flooding' as storm hits US


Now Hurricane Sally's pummeling the Florida Panhandle, South Alabama and the Southeast Mississippi area with flooding rains, dangerous storm surges and destructive winds. Sally made landfall this morning near Gulf Shores, Alabama with 105 mile per hour winds. National Hurricane Center of senior specialist Stacey Stewart says it could strengthen even more people need to understand that even though Sally is beginning to move inland or will shortly that the hazards associated with this hurricane are going to continue for many days. Those hazards include tornadoes, storm surge and lots of heavy rain, catastrophic and life threatening rainfall, Stewart says. Besides Florida, Alabama, Mississippi Sally will affect Georgia. I'm Julie Walker at 9 34. The

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