MOBILE, Ala. (WALA) – As of 2 a.m. Wednesday, about 140,000 homes and businesses on the Alabama Gulf Coast lack power as Typhoon Sally bears down.
In Baldwin County, 91,854 places without power. That nearly 90 percent of the 112,000 customers tracked by poweroutage.us.
In Mobile County, 47,293 consumers remain in the dark.
Power business stated crews will go out to make repairs as quickly as conditions are safe enough for them to work. Hurricane Sally is a Classification 2 storm still spinning offshore near Gulf Shores. The typhoon is anticipated to make landfall within hours.