Okay, now I've seen everything.
We're keeping a close watch of Hurricane Sally. But it looks like we're beginning to see that motion toward the North. So a landfall somewhere in mobile Bay area is looking to be very certain now. Impact to southeast Louisiana, minimal other than against coastal flooding and higher winds. We have not seen much rainfall is going to stay Welt are east and the heaviest accumulations will be in lower Alabama. Mainly in the Florida Panhandle. As we head into the next several days, we're not going to see much in the way of rainfall as Sally starts to move away from is keeping us on the dryer side and also helping to push that water away from our coast for this evening and tonight mostly cloudy skies with overnight lows in the seventies.