Hurricane Sally is moving near the coast of southeastern Louisiana and hurricane conditions are expected early Tuesday. Sally is expected to be a dangerous hurricane when it moves onshore along the north-central Gulf coast. Multiple impacts are expected with this system: extremely dangerous and life-threatening storm surge, hurricane-force winds, torrential rain with flash flooding and possible tornadoes. Sally will likely make landfall on Tuesday or Tuesday night with sustained winds of at least 110mph making it a strong and dangerous Category 2 storm. States with Active Advisories: Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Florida
- 6 to 9 feet from Ocean Springs, Mississippi, to Dauphin Island, Alabama, including Mobile Bay.
- 4 to 7 feet from Dauphin Island, Alabama, to the Florida border and from the mouth of the Mississippi River in Louisiana to Ocean Springs, Mississippi, including Lake Borgne.
- 10 to 20 inches with locally up to 30 inches on the Gulf Coast from the western Florida Panhandle to southern Alabama and far southeastern Mississippi through Wednesday. Serious flash flooding and moderate to major river flooding could occur in these areas.
- 4 to 8 inches, with locally up to 12 inches, is possible farther inland across southeastern Mississippi, southern and central Alabama, northern Georgia and the western Carolinas. Significant flash and urban flooding is likely, as well as widespread minor to moderate flooding on some rivers in these areas.
- East of the mouth of the Pearl River, Mississippi, to Navarre, Florida, including Biloxi, Mobile and Pensacola.
- Hurricane conditions (winds 74 mph or greater) are expected in some parts of this area late Tuesday into Wednesday.