See Sally’s impact on the Gulf Coast

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Hurricane Sally jogged east of Louisiana and is for the most part stalled about 105 miles from Biloxi Mississippi as she beats the Gulf Coast with maximum sustained winds of 85 miles per hour, according to the National Hurricane Center.

In Orange Beach Alabama, storm surge caused water to rise, flooding coastal homes and neighborhoods.

Water is quickly rising in Orange Beach, AL from storm surge ahead of Hurricane #Sally.--: Zack Orrell pic.twitter.com/JacVpQq2uK

— Jennifer Lambers ⛈ (@jnlamberswx) September 15, 2020

Red Flags are out on Pensacola Beach as strong winds churn up the surf and whip sand dunes. Authorities closed Beach Boulevard ahead of high tide and Sally’s storm surge.

Red flags are flying on Pensacola Beach today as Hurricane Sally makes a slow march toward the coastline. Wind is really starting to pick up here pic.twitter.com/obGJemzr4j

— Annie Blanks (@AnniePNJ) September 15, 2020

Beach Blvd in Pascagoula is now CLOSED‼️ surge pushes wave onshore as we get close to high tide around 9am #sally #HurricaneSally pic.twitter.com/SVXQVewnIO

— Colleen Peterson (@WKRGColleen) September 15, 2020

High tide and sand trap vehicles on Dauphin Island.

**NEW VIDEO** We've already seen impacts along the coast from #Sally, as a first round of storm surge has created a sand trap for vehicles at some beaches like here in Dauphin Island, AL. #alwx pic.twitter.com/6Chc7l8b57

— WeatherNation (@WeatherNation) September 14, 2020