Published 8:45 AM EDT Sep 15, 2020
Heavy rain is forecast in coastal Alabama Tuesday as Hurricane Sally nears the Gulf Coast.
The National Hurricane Center is predicting a storm surge areas from the Florida Panhandle to Louisiana due to Hurricane Sally. The storm was 65 miles east of the mouth of Mississippi River on Tuesday morning, according to the NHC’s last update.
Dauphin Island already experienced flooding Monday and Tuesday, days before the storm system is expected to make landfall.
Once it does, the NHC says Sally could bring storm surges of 6-9 feet between Dauphin Island and Ocean Springs, Mississippi. It could also produce 10-20 inches of rainfall in the region. Isolated amounts of up to 30 inches of rain over portions of the Gulf Coast are possible, the NHC says.
Here’s what conditions on Alabama’s coast look like now:
Gulf Shores webcams
Pink Pony Pub
The Beach Club Resort and Spa
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Orange Beach webcams
Zeke’s Landing Marina
Osprey Cam from Wolf Bay
Dauphin Island webcams
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North Cam: Mississippi Sound, the Dauphin Island Bridge, and the east and west ends of the island
South Cam: The beach, and Gulf of Mexico, and views toward the east and west ends of the island