ROANOKE, Va. – 6 a.m. Wednesday Update
Sally made landfall around 5:45 a.m. ET as a Category 2 hurricane near Gulf Shores, Alabama. Some of the strongest wind gusts have been around Fort Morgan, AL at 118 mph. Radar-estimated rain totals northeast of the eye have been between 1-2 feet.
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2 a.m. Wednesday Update
Sally is moving at 2 mph, and the eye wall is approaching the Mobile Bay. Life-threatening flooding is ongoing, as some places have seen 12-18″ of rain. More is on the way. Extreme wind around the eye wall of the storm will impact the Gulf Coast of Alabama and parts of the Florida Panhandle.
5 a.m. Tuesday Update