Hurricane Sally To Make Landfall

From Chief Meteorologist David Paul in the 4Warn Storm Center:
Published: Sep. 15, 2020 at 3:38 PM CDT
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SYNOPSIS – Hurricane Sally is set to make landfall Wednesday morning, somewhere between Mobile Bay and Pensacola as a Category 1 storm. The biggest impacts will be rain, with a swath of 8-12″ across the western part of the Wiregrass, near the I-65 corridor, with the rest of us around 3-8″. Isolated tornadoes are possible during the day Wednesday, too, with general winds from the southeast at 20-30 mph with higher gusts, with areas from Northern Walton County to Pike County seeing a period of 30-40 mph winds with higher gusts.

TONIGHT – Cloudy, rain at times. Low near 73°. Winds E 10-20 mph.

TOMORROW – Rainy, breezy, with isolated tornadoes possible. High near 78°. Winds SE at 20-30 mph.

TOMORROW NIGHT – Rain ends early, then mostly cloudy. Low near 72°. Winds S at 10-20 mph.


THU: Mostly cloudy, a stray shower. Low: 72° High: 83° 20%

FRI: Mostly cloudy to partly sunny. Low: 70° High: 83° 10%

SAT: Mostly cloudy to partly sunny, slight shower chance. Low: 69° High: 78° 20%

SUN: Mostly sunny. Low: 63° High: 80° 5%

MON: Partly cloudy. Low: 60° High: 79° 5%

TUE: Partly cloudy. Low: 60° High: 79° 5%

COASTAL FORECAST WEDNESDAY – Very Rough on Coastal Lakes and Bays. Winds S at 30-40 kts. Seas 13-17 feet.

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