Trophical Storm is forecast to have a grip into the hurricane as it come closer to the Gulf Coast Monday Morning. On late Sunday night, the storm is about 185 miles east- southeast of the Mississippi River’s mouth. With the winds of 60 kmph and was moving from northwest at 8mph
The track of the storm has been shifted eastward on this late Sunday. Increasing the odds of a more significant impact on the Mississippi coast and the potential lowering the impacts on the south southeastern Louisiana and including the New Orleans.
And shift in the winds doesn’t mean New Orleans is the clear yet.
Sally is predicted that to bring life coercion surge of the storm. The winds and raining across the Gulf Coast on beginning of Monday. The Storm is expected to near the strike the coast as a strong Category 1 or possibly the low end category 2 hurricane.
But the heavy rainfall continues to fall on the eastern side of the sally ,specially on the coast of Florida, Sarasota. Key West,Florida record nearly 4 inch of rain in the overnight rain of 1 hour causing flooding flash there. Flood watches had been issue for the larger part of the Southern US.
The Watches had been issued for the part of southern US. Sally’s with the significant progress in the inland is not expected until this Wednesday, morning. This could allow for up 48 hours of the Storm and rainfall could be a very dangerous situation. But the prediction now calls up for 20 inches long the gulf of coast.