Heavy rainfall, flooding, gusty winds, and the risk of a few tornadoes will continue over portions of the Southeast U.S. as Tropical Storm Sally gradually weakens. States with Active Advisories: Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina, Virginia
The center of Sally is about 50 miles southeast of Montgomery, Alabama. Sally is picking up forward speed and is weakening as it moves inland over the Deep South. Flooding rainfall and gusty winds continue to impact parts of Georgia and is spreading into the Carolinas. Widespread flooding is expected from central Georgia through southeastern Virginia. Along the central Gulf Coast, most widespread moderate to major river flooding form the historic rainfall event will crest by the weekend, but rivers will remain elevated well into next week.
- Additional 3 to 6 inches, with totals up to 12 inches, is possible in central Georgia.
- 3 to 6 inches, with locally up to 10 inches, in central and Upstate South Carolina.
- 4 to 6 inches, with locally up to 8 inches, in western and central North Carolina into southeast Virginia.
- I-55 closed due to flooding near Ruddock
- I-10 from Mobile to Florida state line
- US-98 from Alabama state line to Panama City