See Hurricane Sally’s impact as it smashes into the Gulf Coast


As Hurricane Sally crawls ashore, the storm brings heavy rain and strong winds to the Gulf Coast.

The National Hurricane Center has Sally about 15 miles north-northeast of Gulf Shores Alabama and about 25 miles west-southwest of Pensacola Florida. The storm is hammering the coast with 100 mph winds and creeping its way inland at only 3 mph.

A Hurricane Warning is in effect for the Mississippi/Alabama state line and a Storm Surge Warning is in effect Dauphin Island Alabama.

Heavy rain shred its way across the coastal island, sinking a few boats left docked in the marina and toppling trees onto roadways and homes.

This makes me nauseous, Dauphin Island is getting hit so hard rn..

— korissa (@kreversole) September 16, 2020

All boats left behind at the Duaphin Island Marina have been sunk. #ALwx #Sally

— Aaron Rigsby (@AaronRigsbyOSC) September 16, 2020

Looks like #HurricaneSally left some souvenirs for us on Dauphin Island

— Randi Cannon (@RandiiLeiigh) September 16, 2020

There was a dead-calm stillness in the air as the eye passes over Gulf Shores Alabama after Sally showered the area.

#HurricaneSally flexing in Gulf Shores, Alabama #alwx

— #WVTM13 (@WVTM13) September 16, 2020

Inside the dead calm eye of #Hurricane Sally in Gulf Shores, AL @RadarOmega_WX

— Reed Timmer (@ReedTimmerAccu) September 16, 2020

Sally pushes water in to homes and neighborhoods in the Pensacola Bay area in Florida.

7:00 AM UPDATE !! Water surge is still rising and yet still a slow moving storm , tons of rain just slashing across the Pensacola Bay Here is a few shots I was able to get this morning ! South side video #Sally #pensacolabeach #Pensacola #FLwx #Florida #weather #WeatherUpdate

— Jordan Frakes (@JorFraStormz) September 16, 2020