Hurricane Sally damaged the Gulf Coast of Alabama and the Florida Panhandle on Wednesday with 100 miles per hour winds, two and a half feet of rain and a rise of seawater. A minimum of 2 individuals in Alabama and Georgia were killed.
Only residues of the storm are left now, but it’s still sufficient to deluge parts of Georgia and the Carolinas. Heavy rains are expected to wreak havoc from Virginia to North Carolina throughout the night before the storm moves out over the Atlantic, and the Florida Panhandle and south Alabama were dealing with the possibility of much more anguish due to inflamed rivers a day after the storm blew ashore.
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