The region braced for a delayed second round of floods in coming days.

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The deep South. This morning, the aftermath of Hurricane Sally and the powerful winds and soaking rain moved on from the Florida Panhandle and Alabama coast. But many residents have had to flee their homes from new emergencies like overflowing rivers and streams. Rescuers along the Gulf Coast yesterday used high water vehicles to reach people cut off by flooding. The region braced for a delayed second round of floods in coming days. Alabama Governor Kay Ivey because of the rain and floods. Continued in the yesterday afternoon. We still have many roads and bridges that are impassable. Meanwhile, Sally yesterday drenched Georgia and the Carolinas with torrential rain last night it had moved over Virginia. Separately, the National Hurricane Center may soon used the last of the names on the official list of Atlantic Storm names for 2020. After that it moves to the Greek alphabet to identify storms. Ah federal judge has walked changes to the U. S Postal Service, saying they were a politically motivated attack. It had slowed the nation's male and likely would slow the delivery of ballots in the upcoming presidential election More from this morning's Mike

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