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    PENSACOLA, Fla. (AP) – Rivers swollen by Hurricane Sally threatened Thursday to exacerbate hardships for some residents of northeast Florida and southern Alabama, and debris from the storm was expected to discharge. up to 30 centimeters (1 foot) of water and will carry the risk of flooding to Georgia and the carolinas. Residents on the coast, meanwhile, were seeing how to begin recovery after a storm that turned streets into rivers, ripped off roofs, cut off power to hundreds of thousands and killed at least one person. Florida Governor Ron DeSantis warned residents and visitors in flooded areas to remain vigilant as the hurricane’s water receded, as downpours further north were expected to cause overflows...
    © Dan AndersonA flooded parking space in Alabama Port, this Tuesday. Part of a bridge collapsed in Pensacola, Florida, when 30 inches of rain and a storm surge turned streets into rivers on Wednesday, after Hurricane Sally hit the Gulf Coast. Although downgraded to a tropical storm since Wednesday afternoon, Sally’s strong winds whipped through Alabama and Florida as the center moved over the Panhandle. And they are still causing torrential rains in both states. Tropical Depression #Sally Advisory 24: Sally Still Causing Torrential Rains Over Eastern Alabama And Western Georgia. https://t.co/VqHn0u1vgc – National Hurricane Center (@NHC_Atlantic) September 17, 2020 https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js In Pensacola, Florida, a section of the Pensacola Bay...
    Storm Sally is bringing torrential rain and flooding to the Carolinas and Georgia, as it continues its path of destruction north from the US Gulf Coast. It has already battered Florida and Alabama with rain and storm surges, downing power lines, turning roads into rivers and leaving homes submerged. Coastal communities are now taking stock of the damage. One person was killed, and hundreds of thousands are without power. Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Houses were submerged in Pensacola, Florida Image copyright Reuters Image caption The wind ripped the roof off this house in Perdido Key, Florida Besides the fatality reported in Orange Beach, Alabama, one person is also missing from the small coastal city in southwest...
    PENSACOLA, Florida – Rivers swollen by Hurricane Sally threatened Thursday to exacerbate hardship for some residents of northeast Florida and southern Alabama, with debris from the storm expected to discharge up to 1 foot of water and carry flood risk to Georgia and the carolinas. Residents on the coast, meanwhile, were seeing how to begin recovery after a storm that turned streets into rivers, ripped off roofs, cut off power to hundreds of thousands and killed at least one person. Florida Governor Ron DeSantis warned residents and visitors in flooded areas to remain vigilant as the hurricane’s water receded, as downpours further north were expected to cause overflows in rivers in the northeastern part of...
    PENSACOLA, Florida – Rivers swollen by Hurricane Sally threatened Thursday to exacerbate hardship for some residents of northeast Florida and southern Alabama, with debris from the storm expected to discharge up to 1 foot of water and carry flood risk to Georgia and the carolinas. Residents on the coast, meanwhile, were seeing how to begin recovery after a storm that turned streets into rivers, ripped off roofs, cut off power to hundreds of thousands and killed at least one person. Florida Governor Ron DeSantis warned residents and visitors in flooded areas to remain vigilant as the hurricane’s water receded, as downpours further north were expected to cause overflows in rivers in the northeastern part of...
    PENSACOLA, Florida – Rivers swollen by Hurricane Sally threatened Thursday to exacerbate hardship for some residents of northeast Florida and southern Alabama, with debris from the storm expected to discharge up to 1 foot of water and carry flood risk to Georgia and the carolinas. Residents on the coast, meanwhile, were seeing how to begin recovery after a storm that turned streets into rivers, ripped off roofs, cut off power to hundreds of thousands and killed at least one person. Florida Governor Ron DeSantis warned residents and visitors in flooded areas to remain vigilant as the hurricane’s water receded, as downpours further north were expected to cause overflows in rivers in the northeastern part of...
    (CNN)Sally threatened the Southeast with torrential rains and misery Thursday after its floodwaters swallowed up homes, downed power lines and turned streets into rivers in Florida and Alabama. At least one person is dead and one is missing after Sally blew ashore as a Category 2 hurricane early Wednesday in Alabama, Mayor Tony Kennon of Orange Beach told CNN affiliate WSFA. Its torrential rains and howling winds left more than 510,000 customers without power in Alabama and Florida early Thursday.Sally is the fourth hurricane to make landfall in the United States this year after Hanna, Isaias and Laura -- the most to hit by the same date in 16 years. It was downgraded into a tropical storm after landfall then...
    Part of a bridge collapsed in Pensacola, Florida, when 30 inches of rain and a storm surge turned streets into rivers on Wednesday, after Hurricane Sally hit the Gulf Coast. Although downgraded to a tropical storm since Wednesday afternoon, Sally’s strong winds whipped through Alabama and Florida as the center moved over the Panhandle. And they are still causing torrential rains in both states. Tropical Depression #Sally Advisory 24: Sally Still Causing Torrential Rains Over Eastern Alabama And Western Georgia. https://t.co/VqHn0u1vgc – National Hurricane Center (@NHC_Atlantic) September 17, 2020 In Pensacola, Florida, a section of the Pensacola Bay Bridge collapsed and the city center was largely under water. The hurricane killed at least one...
    PENSACOLA, Fla. (AP) — Rivers swollen by Hurricane Sally’s rains threatened more misery for some residents of the Florida Panhandle and south Alabama on Thursday, even as the storm’s remnants were forecast to dump as much as a foot of rain and spread the threat of flooding to Georgia and the Carolinas. Coastal residents, meanwhile, looked to begin the recovery from a storm that turned streets into rivers, ripped roofs off buildings, knocked out power to hundreds of thousands and killed at least one person. Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis warned residents and visitors in flooded areas that they would need to remain vigilant as water from the hurricane subsides, because heavy rains to the north were expected to cause...
    PENSACOLA, Fla. (AP) — Rivers swollen by Hurricane Sally’s rains threatened more misery for some residents of the Florida Panhandle and south Alabama on Thursday, even as the storm’s remnants were forecast to dump as much as a foot of rain and spread the threat of flooding to Georgia and the Carolinas. Coastal residents, meanwhile, looked to begin the recovery from a storm that turned streets into rivers, ripped roofs off buildings, knocked out power to hundreds of thousands and killed at least one person. Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis warned residents and visitors in flooded areas that they would need to remain vigilant as water from the hurricane subsides, because heavy rains to the north were expected to cause flooding...
    By JAY REEVES, ANGIE WANG and JEFF MARTIN, Associated Press PENSACOLA, Fla. (AP) — Rivers swollen by Hurricane Sally's rains threatened more misery for some residents of the Florida Panhandle and south Alabama on Thursday, even as the storm's remnants were forecast to dump as much as a foot of rain and spread the threat of flooding to Georgia and the Carolinas. Coastal residents, meanwhile, looked to begin the recovery from a storm that turned streets into rivers, ripped roofs off buildings, knocked out power to hundreds of thousands and killed at least one person. Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis warned residents and visitors in flooded areas that they would need to remain vigilant as water from the hurricane subsides, because...
    ONE person has died and another is missing as Hurricane Sally continues to take a devastating toll on the Gulf Coast. Mayor Tony Kennon of Orange Beach, Alabama said that the victim died at the popular vacation town on Wednesday, adding that no other details would be immediately released. 20Luis A. Sanabria covers the windows of a business in New Orleans with plywood on Monday, as Louisiana prepares for the impact of the hurricaneCredit: Getty Images - Getty 20Justin Roberts (left), Noah Dubuisson (right) and others fill bags with sand in Biloxi, Mississippi on MondayCredit: Getty Images - Getty Sally made landfall as a Category 2 storm, bringing "catastrophic and life-threatening flooding" on Wednesday morning. The National Hurricane Center...
    Hurricane Sally has crashed into the southern US in slow motion, bringing torrential rain and storm surges, smashing boats and breaking bridges. It made landfall as a Category 2 and although now a tropical storm, its glacial pace means there are still warnings of danger to life. Pensacola, Florida, was badly hit, with a loose barge bringing down part of the Bay Bridge. There are also storm surge warnings for Alabama as Sally heads north. At 16:00 local time (21:00 GMT), Sally was 55 miles (88km) north of Pensacola and close to the Alabama border. Its 7mph speed in a north-easterly direction is almost a sprint - at one point it was 3mph. Sally made landfall at Gulf Shores, Alabama,...
    Waves break ashore near the Gulf State Park pier as the outer bands of Hurricane Sally come ashore on September 15, 2020 in Gulf Shores, Alabama.Joe Raedle | Getty Images A newly strengthened Hurricane Sally pummeled the Florida Panhandle and south Alabama with sideways rain, beach-covering storm surges, strong winds and power outages early Wednesday, moving toward shore at an agonizingly slow pace that promised a drawn out drenching and possible record floods. Some 150,000 homes and businesses had lost electricity by early Wednesday, according to the poweroutage.us site. A curfew was called in the coastal Alabama city of Gulf Shores due to life-threatening conditions. In the Panhandle's Escambia County, Chief Sheriff's Deputy Chip Simmons vowed to keep deputies...
    By TAMARA LUSH, Associated Press ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (AP) — Tropical Storm Sally slowed down Sunday as it churned northward toward the U.S. Gulf Coast, increasing the risk of heavy rain and dangerous storm surge before an expected strike as a hurricane. Forecasters from the National Hurricane Center in Miami said Sally is expected to become a hurricane on Monday and reach shore by early Tuesday, bringing dangerous weather conditions, including risk of flooding, to a region stretching from Morgan City, Louisiana, to Ocean Springs, Mississippi. “That system is forecast to bring not only damaging winds but a dangerous storm surge," said Daniel Brown of the Hurricane Center. ”Because it's slowing down it could produce a tremendous amount of rainfall...
    Thousands of Trump supporters flocked to their nearest bodies of water to take part in massive boat parades Saturday, with those in Florida trying to break a Guinness World Record while they were at it.  Trump flotillas - dubbed 'Trumptillas' - have been increasing around the country over the last few months as a way to rally for the president's 2020 campaign while also practicing social distancing during the coronavirus pandemic.  On Saturday, large-scale flotillas popped up in Florida, New Jersey, Alabama and Delaware, drawing thousands of marine-friendly Trump supporters, as well as protesters.  Trump supporters took to the water Saturday for a series of  boat parade rallies held in various states. The Delware 'Trumptilla' is pictured here   Delaware's...
    Reuters July 14, 2020 0 Comments Alabama, Florida and North Carolina reported record daily increases in deaths from COVID-19 on Tuesday, grim new milestones that mark a second wave of infections surging across much of the United States. Florida, which has become an epicenter of the new outbreak, reported 133 new COVID-19 fatalities on Tuesday, raising the state’s death toll to more than 4,500. “We must all continue to do our part to protect Florida’s most vulnerable and avoid the 3 Cs: closed spaces, crowded places and close-contact settings,” Governor Ron DeSantis wrote on Twitter. “Safeguarding the elderly and those with underlying health conditions will continue to be our top priority.” Mandi Hawke, who runs a small children’s book...
    Quarterback Shedeur Sanders will play college football at FAU. Deion Sanders’ son announced Monday that he would play for the Owls and head coach Willie Taggart. The talented quarterback was rated four stars by 247Sports for the class of 2021, and held offers from Alabama, Georgia, Florida State, Florida and other major programs. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) pic.twitter.com/3Fonx9chgX — Shedeur Sanders (@ShedeurSanders) July 13, 2020 I don’t really understand this move from Shedeur. There’s nothing wrong with FAU, but it was a much more desirable destination before Lane Kiffin left. The son of the NFL legend was receiving offers from some of the best teams in America. Imagine having the chance to...
    DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — NASCAR is set to allow fans back at the track for races this month at Homestead-Miami Speedway and Talladega Superspeedway. NASCAR will allow up to 1,000 Florida service members, representing the Homestead Air Reserve Base and U.S. Southern Command in Doral, to attend the Cup Series race Sunday as honorary guests and view the race from the grandstands. Talladega Superspeedway in Alabama will allow up to 5,000 guests in the frontstretch grandstands/towers for the June 21 Cup race. There will be limited motorhome/camping spots available outside the track. NASCAR says all fans will be screened before entering, required to wear face coverings, mandated to social distance at six feet, and will not have access to...