SALLY: WTVY’s latest on Gulf Shores and the coming storm
DOTHAN, Ala. (WTVY) - As hurricane Sally looks to make landfall late Tuesday night and possibly into Wednesday, two of our own reporters headed down to the coast again this week. This time, Gulf Shores as the destination, where communities continue preparations as they track Hurricane Sally’s path and coming landfall.
WTVY’s Kinsley Centers and Abby Nelson were live in Gulf Shores on Tuesday, where they broke down the latest updates for us from the lodge at the gulf state park there.
The storm had significantly picked up since their earlier reports during the day. A voluntary evacuation order also been placed for Baldwin county.
Most businesses along the coast - and here at home - already closing their doors for the coming weather threats. The beaches also remain closed.
Centers and Nelson say they drove around early Tuesday evening, where they saw just how important community efforts were being taken for the severe weather threats, both in the preparation, and what they say will be the aftermath clean up of any hurricane damage.
Before leaving, local landscapers could also be seen getting their work sites safe and secured for overnight storm threats.
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