“Hurricane Sally strengthened into a Category 2 storm on Monday, and there’s a chance it will make landfall in southeastern Louisiana, a state still recovering from the aftermath of Hurricane Laura.
“The center of Sally is expected to move near the southeastern Louisiana coast Monday night and make landfall on the Gulf Coast late on Tuesday, possibly as a Category 3 hurricane, the National Hurricane Center said.
“The storm appeared to shift east early Monday, placing Mississippi’s and Alabama’s entire coasts under a hurricane warning.
“Hurricane warnings now stretch from Morgan City, Louisiana, eastward into Florida, at the Okaloosa/Walton County line. Forecasters warn of storm surge and flash flooding.”
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