When did Hurricane Sally land in Alabama?
Hurricane Sally was a destructive and slow-moving Atlantic hurricane, which was the first hurricane to make landfall in the U.S. state of Alabama since Ivan in 2004.
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When did Hurricane Sally make landfall?
September 15-16, 2020
Hurricane Sally made landfall in Gulf Shores, AL at 5am on Wednesday, September 16th as a strong Category 2 hurricane with maximum sustained winds of 105 mph.
Did Hurricane Sally hit Gulf Shores Alabama?
Hurricane Sally made landfall on the Gulf Shores area on September 16 when the storm was at its most intense. Sustained winds reached speeds of 105 miles per hour.
Has Alabama recovered from Hurricane Sally?
Coastal communities rebounding after Hurricane Sally. Gulf Shores, Ala. … While Sally slowly crawled across Alabama, the recovery after the storm was swift for most of Alabama’s coastal communities. Less than six months after the storm, the mayors of Orange Beach and Gulf Shores say the recovery is ahead of schedule.
Where is Sally supposed to make landfall?
Sally is forecast to approach southeastern Louisiana on Monday night and Tuesday morning and will make landfall in the hurricane warning area — from Morgan City, Louisiana, to Navarre, Florida — late Tuesday or Wednesday.
What was Sally at landfall?
Hurricane Sally made landfall as a Category 2 storm near the city of Gulf Shores, Alabama, at 4:45 a.m. local time Wednesday. It has dumped 30 inches of rain on parts of Florida and Alabama, and soaking the Carolinas. On Wednesday night, Sally weakened to a tropical depression.
What was the wind speed of Hurricane Sally at landfall?
Sally ultimately made landfall at Gulf Shores around 0945 UTC with maximum sustained winds of 95 kt (Fig. 5).