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Extensive flooding and damage were reported along the Gulf Coast on Wednesday after Hurricane Sally roared ashore in Alabama, bringing torrential rain that threatens to spread further inland.
The U.S. National Hurricane Center (NHC) in Miami said as of Wednesday morning, Hurricane Sally is now a Category 1 storm, packing maximum sustained winds of 90 mph, and is located about 25 miles west of Pensacola, Fla., moving northeast at an agonizingly slow 3 mph.
The article goes on to state the following:
The NHC said that “historic and catastrophic flooding is unfolding,” with up to 35 inches of rain expected in parts of the region.
— Rob Marciano (@RobMarciano) September 16, 2020
This condo had 5 corners blown out from Hurricane Sally. Other damage around Gulf Shores includes lots of roof damage and flooding still is a problem. The gulf front section of Gulf Shores is cutoff by the water from the mainland. #alwx #HurricaneSally pic.twitter.com/JpgM5tXCgA
— Brian Emfinger (@brianemfinger) September 16, 2020
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