10 PM Hurricane Sally Update: Path moving east, storm stalling in the Gulf

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As of the 10 PM advisory from the National Hurricane Center, Sally remains a Category 2 hurricane with sustained winds of 100 mph. It is barely moving with the center 90 miles east of the mouth of the Mississippi River. The forecast path has shifted a little more east with a landfall near the Mississippi-Alabama state line early Wednesday.



Due to the more eastward path, forecast models are showing a dramatic drop-off in rain totals now for Louisiana with totals perhaps as little as .5-2 however, some high totals may still affect eastern coastal Mississippi where 10+ inches will be possible. The highest totals with Sally are now expected over far east Mississippi, Alabama and Florida.

Storm surge could still be an issue here, since Sally will hover to the southeast of our coastline through Tuesday.

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