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Chris Bruin Sep 16
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Brantly Keiek Sep 15
👀 While many residents were preparing for Hurricane on Monday, a quick check of the Biloxi Lighthouse camera shows someone was taking a little joyride...
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Jim Cantore Sep 15
Getting pretty nasty on the bay side of Pensacola Beach.
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Heather Marie Zons Sep 15
Surprising things that move faster than Hurricane : - An 80-year old human (2.1 mph) - Average sea turtle (3-4 mph) - Manatees (~2 mph) - Hippopotamus (19 mph!)
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Chris Bruin Sep 15
Most of downtown Pensacola is FLOODED and the water keeps rising. Very serious situation unfolding with the worst of still hours away. View from our hotel. Whitecaps rolling down most streets.
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National Hurricane Center Sep 16
has made landfall near Gulf Shores Alabama at 445 AM CDT as a category 2 hurricane. Maximum sustained winds were 105 mph with a minimum central pressure of 965 mb. More:
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Jim Cantore Sep 16
Palafox and Main. One of the higher points. Pensacola, FL.
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Michelle Platt, REALTOR Sep 16
Massive damage in Orange Beach, AL after Hurricane Sally!
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Jennifer Lambers ⛈ Sep 15
🚢 LOOSE RIVERBOATS! Two riverboat casinos (unoccupied) in Bayou La Batre have broken loose, and have ran into the docks. This is an ongoing situation. 📸: MJ Bosarge
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National Hurricane Center Sep 15
Hurricane is likely to produce extreme life-threatening flash flooding through Wed along and just inland of the central Gulf Coast from the western Florida Panhandle to far southeastern Mississippi. expects 10-20" of rain, isolated 30"- historic flooding possible.
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Josh Morgerman Sep 15
1:20 am. Car jumping around. Gonna have to move. Not safe. Gulf Shores in
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Amber Wheeler Sep 16
Pensacola, Florida These two pictures were taken from the same building. One was before Hurricane Sally, the other during the height of the storm. Wind gusts topped out at around 90 mph here this morning (9/16/20). Photo cred: Aaron Fields.
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Annie Blanks Sep 16
The newly constructed, multimillion dollar Three Mile Bridge is missing a huge chunk today due to . This is the same bridge that was struck by a barge yesterday morning. Construction barges are coming across shore around downtown this morning. This is not great
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The Weather Channel Sep 15
September is the most active month of hurricane season... And we have the development to prove it! With , , , , and all in the Atlantic, is our last remaining name before we move to the Greek alphabet, only previously needed in 2005.
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Jim Cantore Sep 16
Taking it in Pensacola!
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The Weather Channel Sep 15
is still at 85 mph as of 8am. The biggest concern will be life-threatening flash flooding across the northern gulf coast. Some areas may see over 20 inches of rain. Join us all day long while we track .
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Ryan Jackson Sep 15
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National Hurricane Center Sep 15
NEW 130 AM CDT: A special advisory has been issued for , which now has 105-mph winds. Historic, life-threatening flooding is likely along portions of the northern Gulf Coast during the next few hours. More at
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The Weather Channel Sep 15
BREAKING: is now a Category 2 hurricane with wind speeds of 100 mph. The Weather Channel is LIVE throughout the night.
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Osman Perkins Sep 15
Sally is showing off.
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