Clear. 55.4   F New York
AI-Powered News Summarizer
Top Stories

Sally is drenching Alabama and Florida today. Here's where it's going next.

September 16, 2020. Summarized by summa-bot.

Tropical Storm Sally has been moving across Alabama and the Florida Panhandle today after it made landfall as a powerful Category 2 hurricane this morning.

Tropical Storm Sally has been moving across Alabama and the Florida Panhandle today after it made landfall as a powerful Category 2 hurricane this morning.

The National Hurricane Center said that through Friday, Sally is expected to dump four to eight inches of rain on central Alabama to central Georgia.

Sally, which hit Alabama as a Category 2 hurricane earlier today, has since weakened into a tropical storm.

Sally has weakened to a tropical storm with winds of 70 mph, according to the National Hurricane Center's latest advisory.

While the Sally is no longer a hurricane, there is still "catastrophic and life-threatening flooding" occurring in parts of Alabama and the Florida Panhandle, the center said.

Alabama's Baldwin County Emergency Management Agency said its received many reports of damages from Hurricane Sally.

Hurricane Sally made landfall in Gulf Shores, Alabama, early Wednesday morning.

Summarizer is on Google News. Now you can get the latest AI summarized news on your favorite news platform.

Don't like Google News? We have an RSS Feed for you.

Suggestions