THE LATEST: Tracking Sally and its potential impact on the Mid-South

THE LATEST: Tracking Sally and its potential impact on the Mid-South
Tropics Tracker for the Mid-South (WHBQ)

MID-SOUTH — Severe Weather Team 13 is committed to keeping you informed as Sally continues to move towards land.

This story will be updated every few hours as weather models bring new information, so check back often over the next few days.

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UPDATE 9/16/2020 12 p.m.

Sally has flooded the Alabama coast and Florida Panhandle with 10-20 inches of rainfall with more rain anticipated through the afternoon.

As of 12 p.m., Sally remains a hurricane with sustained winds at 75 mph moving NNE at 5 mph.

Its center is located 20 miles north of Pensacola, FL. It will continue to lose strength over the next 2 days.

MID-SOUTH IMPACTS

We will see a few isolated showers this afternoon from very weak, outer rain bands of Sally with tropical, humidity in place.

North Mississippi has the best chance to see those showers with most of us under a mostly cloudy sky.

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