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Hurricane Sally, now a Category 2, takes aim at the Gulf Coast

CBS News Monday, 14 September 2020 ()
More than 17 million people are in the path of the hurricane, and hundreds of miles of coastline are under storm watches and warnings.
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News video: Hurricane Sally: Historic Flooding Along Gulf Coast Expected As Storm Moves Ashore

Hurricane Sally: Historic Flooding Along Gulf Coast Expected As Storm Moves Ashore 02:32

Hurricane Sally is expected to bring historic flooding to Alabama, Louisiana and Mississippi as the slow-moving storm is set to make landfall. Chris James reports. (9/15/20)

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