Storm Sally was upgraded to a Category 1 hurricane as flooding hit Dauphin Island, Alabama, on Monday, September 14. The National Hurricane Center (NHC) said Monday morning that Sally “rapidly” strengthened into a hurricane with winds reaching 90 mph. The NHC warned of coastal flooding and “dangerous” storm surge. Colby Perryman said this video shows flooding along Bienville Boulevard in Dauphin Island on Monday. Local media said flooding along Dauphin Island’s west end is “typical” when a storm approaches. Hurricane Sally was forecast to near southeastern Louisiana on Monday night and make landfall on Tuesday. Credit: Colby Perryman via Storyful
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