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Hurricane Sally- 3-4 Feet Water in Downtown Pensacola; No Power in Baldwin County, Alabama


Hurricane Sally has strengthened to category 2 as it made landfall in Alabama early Wednesday morning, bringing with it heavy rain, winds, and flooding.

The heavy rain and storm hit Baldwin County , Alabama and made without power to 95% of customers ,the county's emergency management agency tweeted Wednesday morning. 

Power outages have already impacted more than 281,000 customers in Alabama, 234,000 customers in Florida and 7,000 customers in Mississippi.

"As the sun comes up this morning, Hurricane Sally is throwing down a big challenge," the agency said in a tweet. "At this point, around 95% of the meters on our system have no power," the county said. 

The trees are fell down in major roads and cars are sank and main roads are under water.

The down town Pensacola is under water. At least 3-4 FEET of water in downtown Pensacola and it continues to worsen.

The county says it is still too dangerous for crews to begin rolling out to start restoration. 

Florida, has already gotten 2 feet of rain.



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