Thank you Levi. You do an amazing job
Can anyone the last hurricane on the gulf coast with this much uncertainty to landfall this close to land? NHC is usually very accurate within 3 days but Sally is a tough one to pin down!
As always, thanks Levi. These updates are very helpful.
A latitudinal stationary front over the southern states stops Sally at the Gulf Coast.
Sally will be ashore in New Orleans in a few hours.
I think there’s several hours remaining. I’m pretty sure they know about the NHC website btw.
Also, it’s very unlikely it will make landfall in New Orleans. Prolly somewhere near the MI/AL border.
I am in Navarre, Florida – the area very close to the Santa Rosa – Okalossa borrder. We are having moderate rain and wind. I hope that helps.
PS: Sorry for the typo, BORDER, I meant. Plus, I was posting at 2313, CST.
The rain slapping up against our brick veneer and atop of our roof is intense. I cannot see outside at this time to indicate the wind, but we are having pretty decent winds. Just got contacted by the emergency warning system to shelter against a tornado. Eek.
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