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Hurricane Sally moves in on Gulf Coast, Trump 'monitoring'

FOXNews.com Tuesday, 15 September 2020
Hurricane Sally weakened slightly early Tuesday but is expected to intensify as it makes landfall along the Gulf Coast.
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News video: Hurricane Sally Hammers Gulf Coast

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Sally came ashore as a Category 2 hurricane Wednesday morning. The powerful storm is causing dangerous flooding along the Gulf Coast. Skyler Henry reports.

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