Hurricane Sally blasts ashore in Alabama with rain
Wednesday, 16 September 2020 ()
The National Hurricane Center says Sally is still a Category 2 hurricane with top winds of 100 mph as it moves about 15 miles inland from Gulf Shores, Alabama. Gusts in Mobile early Wednesday snuffed out streetlights and snapped a lamppost. (Sept. 16)
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