By Milagro Orellana
It is expected that this Wednesday, Sally make landfall as a hurricane category 1 on the central gulf coast, in Louisiana and Alabama.
The slow movement will bring significant rainfall with isolated amounts of 30 inches and a high potential for life-threatening flash floods.
Extremely Dangerous and Life-threatening Storm Surge Expected from East Louisiana to West Florida. Some tornadoes can also occur.
Strong winds have been felt in Louisiana and Alamaba, which have begun to cause damage to some homes, including mobile homes.
The authorities warn the population living in areas of risk zones, let them begin to evacuate, since the passage of this hurricane will leave serious damage.