Sally a Dangerous Flooding Risk for the North Gulf Coast; Paulette Closing in on Bermuda

   Posted by Levi at 6:38pm on September 13, 2020




  • Jacqueline Bortzner says:

    Thank you very much for the informative summary.

  • sam hill says:

    Great work Dr. C ! Appreciate you taking the time to produce these video summaries.

  • T.j says:

    Some models have the high pressure above sally moving east some.would that open up more of a mississipi land for.

  • JOHN JERRELL says:

    A big blow up in thunderstorms in the last loop. is it finally getting
    its act together ?

  • Joey B. says:

    New Orleans is still in danger of HEAVY rain even if it goes east, but I think it’s still directly going to hit New Orleans, and not bypass that area.

  • ren says:

    Bermuda is already in the hurricane’s inward wind zone as it moves northwest.

  • Anonymous says:

    Why dont they make the cone bigger if they are uncertian where it may ultimatley go?

  • ren says:

    Sally will hit New Orleans as predicted.

  • Sidd says:

    Is it just me or does it seem like Sally’s center of circulation just jump to the northeast,

    • ICader says:

      Not just you, though now crazy me says that the center of circulation looks to be centering itself in the t-storm cluster, and therefore is shifting to the southeast.
      Does anyone else notice that? Why is the center de circulation ahead of that high-reflectivity-swirling bit on radar? Is it shifting?

  • g says:

    Sally has unexpectedly strengthened into a high end CAT 1!

  • Kathleen Folsom says:

    Good morning,
    I am in Mobile,AL.
    I watch your website constantly during Hurricane season.
    Just wanted to say THANK YOU! Since we follow your site
    we started preparing for Sally on Wed. of last week.
    Ready to go and avoided all the crowds!
    Kathy F

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