Slow-Moving Hurricane Sally Sends Strong Storm Surge to Florida Panhandle

Slow-Moving Hurricane Sally Sends Strong Storm Surge to Florida Panhandle

Hurricane Sally moved slowly toward the northern Gulf Coast on Tuesday, September 15, reports said, threatening to bring historic rainfall to the Florida panhandle. Okaloosa and Walton counties in northwest Florida braced for impact on Tuesday as the National Weather Service (NWS) warned of dangerously large waves and a life-threatening storm surge for coastal areas.

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