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Hurricane Sally Update – September 17, 2020

Posted by on September 15th, 2020 Posted in: Blog, Emergency Preparedness and Response

Updated September 17, 2020

At a Glance

  • Sally made landfall Wednesday morning near Gulf Shores, Alabama.
  • Sally’s inland flash flood threat is spreading into Georgia, the Carolinas and Virginia.
  • Areas as far north as southern Virginia could pick up 6 inches of rain or more.
  • Sally’s winds have weakened as the storm moves farther inland.
  • Sally triggered catastrophic flooding from both torrential rain and storm surge along the Gulf Coast.

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