April 23, 2021
General News

Hurricane Sally could bring “historic” flooding to Gulf Coast – CBS News

Hurricane Sally is drifting north at a speed of about 2 to 3 mph – “the speed of a child in a candy shop,” said John De Block of the National Weather Service.
As a result, the eye of the storm is going to take a while to get to the Gulf Coast, “and we’re looking at about tomorrow morning now, a little bit later than we had been talking about earlier,” De Block said at a press conference with Alabama’s governor Tuesday morning.
Winds are expected to be about 80 mph when Sally makes landfall tom…

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