'This is Main Street and obviously it looks more like a river.' ABC News Senior Meteorologist RobMarciano shows massive flooding seen in downtown Pensacola, Florida, as the eye wall of HurricaneSally continues to batter the coast.
Some locations have already received up to 25 inches of rain.
The slow-moving Category 2 Hurricane has already brought at least 25 inches of rain.The slow-moving Category 2 Hurricane has already brought at least 25 inches of rain.Gerald Herbert/APHurricane Sally made landfall near Gulf Shores, Alabama, just before 6 a.m. ET Wednesday as a dangerous
, and is now bringing life-threatening flooding to the Gulf Coast.The latestSome areas have already received up to 25 inches of rain, which the National Weather Service said could be doubled given how quickly the rain has fallen in a short period of time.
Sally, now weakened to a Category 1, is crawling north-northwest at 3 mph. Even though Sally is weakening in terms of wind speed, the torrential rainfall is extremely dangerous.The torrential rain is falling at 4 inches per hour in parts of Alabama and Florida.
Joe Raedle/Getty ImagesGULF SHORES, ALABAMA - SEPTEMBER 15: A man walks though a flooded parking lot as the outer bands of Hurricane Sally come ashore on September 15, 2020 in Gulf Shores, Alabama. The storm is bringing heavy rain, high winds and a dangerous storm surge from Louisiana to Florida.
GULF SHORES, ALABAMA - SEPTEMBER 15: A man walks though a flooded parking lot as the outer bands of Hurricane Sally come ashore on September 15, 2020 in Gulf Shores, Alabama. The storm is bringing heavy rain, high winds and a dangerous storm surge from Louisiana to Florida.
Major flooding has been reported in Baldwin County, Alabama."If you are on high ground above flooded areas, being prepared to stay where you are," county emergency management officials said.Parts of Florida's Okaloosa and Santa Rosa counties are under a flash flood emergency alert through the morning.
"These warnings are issued for exceedingly rare situations when a severe threat to human life and catastrophic damage from a flash flood is happening," the National Weather Service said Wednesday morning."This is a life-threatening situation. Seek higher ground now."
Pensacola, Florida, isfacing storm surge, wind gusts up to 92 mph, and a downtown submerged under at least 3 to 4 feet of water."Flooded roadways and intersections, along with hazardous debris in roadways (locations), have become too numerous to list," the Pensacola Police Department said."Please stay off the roadways now."
The slow-moving storm has already forced some local first responders to stay indoors. The Orange Beach Police Department in Alabama said it could no longer respond to calls."Present conditions are preventing us from answering calls at this time. Please take all measures to be as safe as possible," the department tweeted."If you have the option to move to higher ground do so now."
Power outages have already impacted more than 281,000 customers in Alabama, 234,000 customers in Florida and 7,000 customers in Mississippi.The forecastHurricane Sally's latest path shows the storm tracking northeast. After Wednesday, remnants of Sally will continue to inch inland toward Atlanta, where up to a foot of rain is possible.
Heavy rain will even spread into South Carolina, North Carolina and southern Virginia, where some areas could see up to a half a foot of rain. Flash flooding is expected there Friday.ABC NewsHeavy rain will even spread into South Carolina, North Carolina and southern Virginia, where some areas could see up to a half a foot of rain.
Heavy rain will even spread into South Carolina, North Carolina and southern Virginia, where some areas could see up to a half a foot of rain.This storm has also resulted in several tornado warnings, though no tornadoes have been confirmed yet. A tornado watch was issued for parts of Florida, Georgia, and Alabama until 7 p.m. ET.
Sally is the eighth continental U.S. named storm to make landfall in 2020. The other named storms to make landfall in 2020 so far have been: Bertha, Cristobal, Fay, Hanna, Isaias, Laura and Marco.Sally's landfall in Gulf Shores, Alabama, comes 16 years to the day after Hurricane Ivan made landfall in Gulf Shores as a Category 3 storm.
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RobMarciano Streaming Prayers for all affected by hurricane Sally.👼 RobMarciano Main Street is a costal road it is NOT downtown Pensacola. It you want to report correctly go the highway 291 which cuts across downtown.
Hurricane Sally makes landfall in Alabama as Category 2 stormThe storm made landfall Wednesday morning near Gulf Shores, Alabama, pushing a surge of ocean water onto the coast and dumping torrential rain that forecasters said would cause dangerous flooding from the Florida Panhandle to Mississippi.
Hurricane Sally blasts ashore as a powerful Category 2 storm, bringing punishing rain, floodingHurricane Sally makes landfall near Gulf Shores, Alabama, as a Category 2 hurricane with torrential rain and damaging storm surge. Mostly peaceful hurricane right Is this the END new CNN? Cat 2 storms are beach weather in South Florida.
Hurricane Sally makes landfall in Alabama as Category 2 storm as winds reach 105mph'Catastrophic and life-threatening' flooding was likely along portions of the north-central Gulf Coast, the National Hurricane Center said.
Hurricane Sally updates: Category 2 storm makes landfall, flash flood emergency issuedMORE: The National Weather Service issued a flash flood emergency alert until 8 a.m. ET for parts of Alabama and the Florida panhandle, including Pensacola, saying such warnings were issued for 'a severe threat to human life and catastrophic damage.'
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Hurricane Sally, a Category 2 drencher, makes landfall near Gulf Shores, AlabamaThe eye of Hurricane Sally made landfall early Wednesday as a Category 2 storm near Gulf Shores, Alabama, the National Hurricane Center said. Mostly peaceful hurricane. Right Prayers going up for everyone that might be affected. Bunch of Trump supporters about to get destroyed you love to see it