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Two disasters are threatening the US today

September 15, 2020. Summarized by summa-bot.

While Hurricane Sally is pounding the US Gulf Coast will rain today and threatening the area with possible flooding, unprecedented wildfires are ravaging the US West Coast from California to Washington state.

Hurricane Sally

While Hurricane Sally is pounding the US Gulf Coast will rain today and threatening the area with possible flooding, unprecedented wildfires are ravaging the US West Coast from California to Washington state.

A National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration satellite captured images of the effects of both the wildfires and the Hurricane Sally.

Hurricane Sally is churning off the US Gulf Coast, pounding the area with rain ahead of its landfall.

In the image below, which was taken yesterday, you can see Hurricane Sally approaching the US Gulf Coast.

National Hurricane Center Director Ken Graham warned that slow-moving Hurricane Sally could produce 30 inches of rain in some places.

President Trump has approved  Alabama's request for an emergency disaster declaration ahead of Hurricane Sally, Gov. Kay Ivey announced on Tuesday.

“As we continue making preparations for Hurricane Sally to impact Alabama, I thank President Trump and his Administration for approving our request so quickly” a statement from Governor Ivey’s reads.

Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards said his state would be making personnel and assets available to assist in Mississippi or Alabama’s storm responses should Sally miss Louisiana.

We're currently watching Hurricane Sally as it heads toward the US Gulf Coast, and Tropical Storm Vicky formed in the Atlantic yesterday.

The slow movement of Hurricane Sally over the next day or two, along with its turn back to the northwest, will bring the strong winds and heavy rain for an extended period of time for many locations.

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