29 July 2021
Hurricane Sally drops a deluge of rain threats Gulf Coast with historic floods.
10 month ago
This big rig was no match for HurricaneSally as the Category 2 storm moved inland. It happened on I-10 in Alabama. Fortunately, the driver only had minor injuries
This big rig was no match for HurricaneSally as the Category 2 storm moved inland. It happened on I-10 in Alabama. Fortunately, the driver only had minor injuries
The Dauphin Island Marina has been pretty much destroyed by HurricaneSally. The storm also took out at least three boats that you can see pieces of floating in the water
Structures were damaged, streets flooded and trees torn down in Gulf Shores, Alabama, after HurricaneSally made landfall in the state as a dangerous Category 2 hurricane
Considerable surge and wind damage photos continue to come in this morning with damage to boats and buildings from Dauphin Island, AL10 month ago
Considerable surge and wind damage photos continue to come in this morning with damage to boats and buildings from Dauphin Island, AL
Part of a facade of a condominium in Gulf Shores, Alabama, is seen ripped off from the structure after HurricaneSally made landfall and continues to slowly move inland
Another reason to SHELTER IN PLACE until flood waters recede. Not only are there downed power lines, but there's also displaced wildlife. This 10-12 ALLIGATOR was just outside of a house in Gulf Shores on Plash Island earlier this morning.   Video from Tina Bennett10 month ago
Another reason to SHELTER IN PLACE until flood waters recede. Not only are there downed power lines, but there's also displaced wildlife. This 10-12 ALLIGATOR was just outside of a house in Gulf Shores on Plash Island earlier this morning. Video from Tina Bennett
Some of the damage left behind in Gulf Shores. The pictures were taken near Hwy 59 and Beach Blvd. HurricaneSally
Widespread damage from a direct hit from Hurricane Sally 's eyewall in Orange Beach, AL
Damage at Hill's house in Mobile. Glad everyone is safe. HurricaneSally10 month ago
Damage at Hill's house in Mobile. Glad everyone is safe. HurricaneSally
Video from the Cajun Navy taken as the eye wall of Hurricane Sally came ashore in Orange Beach with sustained winds of 61 mph and gusts of 86 mph
Cotton bayou Hurricane Sally Orange Beach, Alabama
This is outside   hotel in downtown Mobile, AL HurricaneSally10 month ago
This is outside hotel in downtown Mobile, AL HurricaneSally
VIDEO: Hurricane Sally crawls ashore in Alabama and Florida
Big tree blocking lanes on Cottage Hill Road near Shoppes at Bel Air.10 month ago
Big tree blocking lanes on Cottage Hill Road near Shoppes at Bel Air.
Sally has made landfall near Gulf Shores, Alabama at 545 AM EDT as a category 2 hurricane. Maximum sustained winds were 105 mph with a minimum central pressure of 965 mb. The 1st hurricane to make landfall in AL since Ivan in 2004
Sally makes landfall
VIDEO of current conditions from Hurricane Sally from Mobile10 month ago
VIDEO of current conditions from Hurricane Sally from Mobile
Boats all over the road after the surge in OrangeBeach pushed them on shore. Large house fire also north of town but cant reach it due to the surge still flooding roads. HurricaneSally really doing a number on the GulfCoast.
Large fire burning in Orange Beach. Currently in the eye of HurricaneSally
Video of the dune area and the boardwalk was fine with minimal - no surge.10 month ago
Video of the dune area and the boardwalk was fine with minimal - no surge.
2:30 am. The last big gusts before the eye are always so turbulent and erratic. Gulf Shores Alabama in Hurricane SALLY
Roofs are beginning to fail in Gulf Shores, AL10 month ago
Roofs are beginning to fail in Gulf Shores, AL
Intense winds and rain and the surge coming up here in Gulf Shores, AL10 month ago
Intense winds and rain and the surge coming up here in Gulf Shores, AL
Cat 2 warningwarning is giving residents of Mobile AL and barrier islands a major punch with high winds rain and flooding
Power had been out for a while now. Just the building crescendo of property destruction now10 month ago
Power had been out for a while now. Just the building crescendo of property destruction now
Gulf Shores, AL goes dark as the eye wall of Sally slices through10 month ago
Gulf Shores, AL goes dark as the eye wall of Sally slices through
Orange Beach, Al. Not sure of the wind speed but our condo is moving and things are flying off.
Violent eye wall rocking the HERV in Gulf Shores AL about to enter the eye
Unrelenting eye wall of Hurricane Sally dominating Gulf Shores, AL. Storm surge. Historic flooding
Jerry Jacob is in Gulf Shores, Alabama and sent this at 1:15am central time
Sally hits GulfShores, in Alabama
Hurricane force winds in Foley, AL. North of Gulf Shores. Just after 1:00AM. Wild10 month ago
Hurricane force winds in Foley, AL. North of Gulf Shores. Just after 1:00AM. Wild
Sally has intensified to 105 mph and a special advisory will be issued shortly
1:05 am. Beach Boulevard in Gulf Shores Alabama
northern eye wall of Hurricane Sally pummeling Gulf Shores AL10 month ago
northern eye wall of Hurricane Sally pummeling Gulf Shores AL
Relocated to Orange Beach, alwx, from Gulfshores, through some insane winds, horizontal blinding rain, and flooded roads.
Sally has strengthened into a category 2 hurricane on the Midnight CDT update with 100-mph winds10 month ago
Sally has strengthened into a category 2 hurricane on the Midnight CDT update with 100-mph winds
Absolutely rippers funneling down state hwy 182 in Gulf Shores, Alabama
Conditions are continuing to rapidly worsen in GulfShores as we get deeper into HurricaneSally's eyewall. Can hear damage being delt to roofs around us but still have power. Storm is still strengthening and is a category 2. Going to be a long night along the gulf
Winds are ripping thru Gulf Shores right as the eyewall comes ashore. The howl is getting loud and oddly, is almost soothing. Just wind-driven rain 12:15am September 16, 2020 sally
Hurricane Sally is finally making landfall with the eyewall. Ferocious winds causing power outages throughout Gulf Shores and Orange Beach
Parts of the Gulf Coast are feeling Hurricane Sally's full brunt. Gulf Shores10 month ago
Parts of the Gulf Coast are feeling Hurricane Sally's full brunt. Gulf Shores
in Gulf Shores, Alabama as Sally approaches10 month ago
in Gulf Shores, Alabama as Sally approaches
in Gulf Shores, Alabama as Sally approaches
Here is a look in Gulf Shores this morning as Sally moves ashore. View courtesy of Spectrum Resorts10 month ago
Here is a look in Gulf Shores this morning as Sally moves ashore. View courtesy of Spectrum Resorts
The roof and HVAC unit of the condos across he street from us has been torn off by the winds of HurricaneSally's eyewall in GulfShores, Alabama.
Hurricane Sally a Category 2, winds up to 100 mph10 month ago
Hurricane Sally a Category 2, winds up to 100 mph
Power out. The eye of Hurricane Sally is close. Storm intensifying upon approach. Gulf Shores, Alabama bracing for wind gusts over 100 MPH
And the pier is almost invisible being hammered by winds and rain. This is something else people
Hurricane SALLY in Gulf Shores Alabama
Hurricane Sally in gradually strengthening, with maximum sustained winds up to 90 mph10 month ago
Hurricane Sally in gradually strengthening, with maximum sustained winds up to 90 mph
HurricaneSally flexing in Gulf Shores, Alabama alwx
In Orange Beach, Alabama, the storm surge broke apart a boardwalk and surrounding structures, sending wood and metal crashing into the coast
MOBILE COUNTY: Hurricane Sally causes flooding over the highway, while a building takes on water on the west side of Mobile Bay10 month ago
MOBILE COUNTY: Hurricane Sally causes flooding over the highway, while a building takes on water on the west side of Mobile Bay
LIFE-THREATENING FLOODING   This is the major concern with Hurricane Sally as it crawls toward the central Gulf coast at 2 mph. In addition to hurricane conditions at dangerous storm surge some places could see more than 20 of rain in just a few days10 month ago
LIFE-THREATENING FLOODING This is the major concern with Hurricane Sally as it crawls toward the central Gulf coast at 2 mph. In addition to hurricane conditions at dangerous storm surge some places could see more than 20" of rain in just a few days
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