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WATCH Weather Channel’s Terrifying Package on Potential Hurricane Sally Surge: ‘This is Not Survivable!’

Mediaite Tuesday, 15 September 2020 ()
The Weather Channel is taking the responsible approach in informing viewers about Hurricane Sally's dangers and—possibly— freaking them out just the same, calling the storm surge potentially "not survivable."
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News video: Storm surge intensifies in Alabama as Hurricane Sally inches closer to Gulf Coast

Storm surge intensifies in Alabama as Hurricane Sally inches closer to Gulf Coast 00:26

The slow-moving Hurricane Sally continued to bring storm surges along the Gulf Coast on Tuesday, September 15. Alabama is seeing intensified rough seas as the hurricane crawls toward the state.

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