When did Hurricane Sally make landfall?

Hurricane Sally officially made landfall at 5:45 a.m. EDT on Sept. 16 as a Category 2 storm in Gulf Shores, Alabama.

Where was the most damage from Hurricane Sally?

Some of the public places that sustained the most damage are located in Navarre and Navarre Beach. The beach lost an estimated 100 million cubic yards of sand, and assessors are still on the beach surveying damage throughout the end of the week.

Did Gulf Shores get hit by Hurricane Sally?

Storm Damage

Hurricane Sally originated on September 11 and first made landfall near Miami, Florida. … Hurricane Sally made landfall on the Gulf Shores area on September 16 when the storm was at its most intense. Sustained winds reached speeds of 105 miles per hour.

Was Hurricane Sally worse than hurricane Ivan?

Like Sally, Ivan made landfall near Gulf Shores, but Ivan hit the coast as a Category 3 major hurricane, while Sally hit as a strong Category 2 storm, just under major hurricane status.

Has Orange Beach recovered from Hurricane Sally?

While Sally slowly crawled across Alabama, the recovery after the storm was swift for most of Alabama’s coastal communities. … In Orange Beach alone, the storm damaged 1700 structures. Right now, 40 percent of rental properties in Gulf Shores and Orange Beach are still undergoing repairs.

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What will the 2020 hurricane season be like?

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration forecasted that the hurricane season, which runs from June through November, will see 13 to 20 named storms. … There’s a 60% chance that this hurricane season will be busier than normal and only a 10% chance it will be below normal, NOAA said.

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