ALABAMA, USA — With Hurricane Sally expected to make landfall Wednesday morning, Governor Kay Ivey is urging people to seek shelter and evacuate if needed.
It's predicted Sally could cause potentially record-breaking flooding.
President Trump approved an Emergency Disaster Declaration for Alabama on Monday night ahead of Hurricane Sally.
FEMA and water rescue teams are on standby in Mobile and Baldwin counties.
With hurricanes can come tornadoes. Governor Ivey is warning people even in North Alabama to be prepared for severe weather.
"While the middle and northern sections of our state will obviously not see the storm surge of the coastal regions, please be aware, however, that heavy rains, flash flooding, and even tornadoes can develop at any point tonight or tomorrow," said Governor Ivey.
If you come upon a road covered in water, do not drive through it. Turn around, don't drown.
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