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Here's what is forecast to happen after Sally makes landfall

September 15, 2020. Summarized by summa-bot.

Hurricane Sally has been inching toward the US Gulf Coast today, drenching parts of Alabama, Mississippi and the Florida Panhandle in rain. But the storm has yet to make official landfall.

Hurricane Sally

Hurricane Sally has been inching toward the US Gulf Coast today, drenching parts of Alabama, Mississippi and the Florida Panhandle in rain.

Hurricane Sally is continuing to batter the US Gulf shore, and conditions are expected to worsen through the day and night as the storm creeps towards land.

Here's a look at the projected path of Hurricane Sally as it inches toward the coast:

Hurricane Sally continues to inch toward the US Gulf Coast, drenching parts of Alabama, Mississippi and the Florida panhandle.

Since New Orleans and Lake Pontchartrain are currently west of Sally's estimated landfall, storm surge here will be lower than other areas east such as, Dauphin Island and Gulf Shores, Alabama, which can expect a 4 to 7 feet surge, or Pensacola and Destin, Florida, which could see a 3 to 5 feet surge.

"An average September sees around 4-5 inches of rainfall along the Gulf Coast in MS/AL/Florida panhandle — Sally will drop this amount in a couple of hours and likely produce several months' worth across some areas before the storm leaves the region," explains CNN meteorologist Brandon Miller.

Hurricane Sally, which is already impacting the Gulf Coast, will continue to batter the shore with worsening conditions through the day and night as the storm creeps towards land.

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