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2 hours ago, Kirkcaldy Weather said:

 

The same year as Katrina

 

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Most major models just make Sally a category 1 hurricane before landfall but we have seen them underestimate storm strength many times recently.

Regardless of strength, she is expected to move slowly over Louisiana and Mississippi so the Flood risk is going to be high.

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Sally is getting better organised.

Now expected to make landfall as a category 2 slow moving hurricane!

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Sally will move slowly so it will have most of the next 36 hours to strengthen. Models suggest cat 1/2 likely.

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65mph now and looking more organised. Should reach hurricane status this evening.

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Special Advisory!

..NOAA HURRICANE HUNTERS FIND THAT SALLY HAS RAPIDLY STRENGTHENED TO A HURRICANE...

MAXIMUM SUSTAINED WINDS...85 MPH...140 KM/H

PRESENT MOVEMENT...WNW OR 285 DEGREES AT 6 MPH...9 KM/H

MINIMUM CENTRAL PRESSURE...985 MB...29.09 INCHES

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This cam looks to be in the sweet spot for landfall atm

 

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Wonder if she could squeeze major hurricane status before landfall? 110mph forecast at landfall but it wouldn’t take much to push it over the threshold 

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Couple of Cams on the Coast south of Mobile (to the West of Pensacola)  Looking very rough! 🌊

WARNING: They stupidly decided to put fake wave noises on the streams, so might as well just mute them 😛

 

 

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Hurricanes are strange and surprising beasts. Despite moving so slow over very warm waters, Sally has weakened this morning and she currently has 85mph sustained winds so back down to category 1.

I guess some dry air got in the mix.

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Another Decent cam East of Pensacola.  You can see an occasional large wave climbing up the dune in the foreground.

 

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23 hours ago, Ryukai said:

Couple of Cams on the Coast south of Mobile (to the West of Pensacola)  Looking very rough! 🌊

WARNING: They stupidly decided to put fake wave noises on the streams, so might as well just mute them 😛

 

 

Found the Co-ord's for these 2 hotels. Just copy paste them into Google Earth search box and press go 🙂

Beach Club Resort and Spa - 30°13'48.59"N,  87°52'33.28"W

Turquoise Place - 30°16'16.25"N, 87°34'28.03"W

 

If Sally continues on it's present course, the first one should end up in the eye, whist the 2nd one should be in/on the edge of the NE/E/SE Eyewall as it passes over...  Well... If they survive and the power doesn't go down 😜 

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Sally has re-strengthened over night and she currently has 105mph sustained wnds. She is making landfall currently between Mobile and Pensacola but moving at only 2mph. There is going to me some extreme flooding as a result.

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