- US Authorities Issue Alert for Storm Sally Off Florida Coast
- They warn that by Monday it could become a hurricane and they issue an alert for the population
- They believe that the natural phenomenon can trigger rains and winds with flooding
Authorities of the National Hurricane Center (NHC) issue alert of a hurricane on the US coast due to the passage of Tropical Storm Sally, after strengthening in Florida, according to information provided by Telemundo Houston.
According to the official report, it was this Saturday that the tropical storm became depression southern Florida peninsula.
This forced the authorities to issue an alert to prevent people from taking to the streets due to the danger what this represents.
But not only the storm threatens the Florida coast, according to information issued by the NHC bulletin, two tornadoes are expected to hit the area of the state.
Hence the importance that people heed the recommendations of the authorities to avoid any tragedy during the passage of the natural phenomenon.
All these forecasts estimate that the storm will strengthen in the Gulf of Mexico and will most likely become a hurricane by Monday afternoon, near the coasts of Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama.
The authorities believe that strong winds could occur in the coastal area and that the rains could also cause considerable flooding.
The NHC report indicated that the system was just 30 miles south-southeast of Naples, Florida and was heading west at 7 miles per hour with maximum winds of 40 mph.
On the next page you will learn more about the situation that prevails due to the impact of Tropical Storm Sally, which could become a hurricane.
The impact of this tropical storm Sally could extend the rains until Tuesday, according to estimates by NHC authorities.
They also issued an alert for vessels as high and strong tide is expected and may flow into some rivers near the Florida coast.
This measure is taken as part of the warning protocols when a natural phenomenon of such magnitude forms, hence the NHC report.
The satellite images show the power of the storm that is about to hit the Florida coast, hence the concern of the authorities.
Apparently the direction of the storm is towards the Gulf of Mexico and the civil protection authorities are attentive to its trajectory.
This year has been one of the most active in terms of tropical storms and tornadoes not only in the United States but in various parts of the world.
On the next page we will leave you the damage that these natural phenomena have caused in Texas and Louisiana with several deaths and material damages that have not been able to be reestablished one hundred percent, despite the efforts of the government.
At the end of August, Hurricane Laura left more than 10 dead after passing through Texas and Louisiana, so now all measures are in place to prevent more deaths with the passage of Tropical Storm Sally on the Florida coast.
As will be recalled in the latest count by the AP news agency, Hurricane Laura killed 25 people in the state of Louisiana.
In turn, in the state of Texas this natural phenomenon left about 5 deaths, which is why it was considered one of the most powerful.
After this, the president of the United States, Donald Trump, visited the affected area and said in a verbatim way: “I am here to support the great people of Louisiana. A fabulous state for me. It was a very very powerful storm ”.
For his part, at that time the governor, John Bel Edwards, considered that this hurricane was the most powerful that had impacted the country, even greater than that of Katrina.
Hundreds of thousands of people were without power and many areas were flooded for a few days.
The authorities estimated that it would take several weeks for the residents to return to their normal activities and with basic services already reestablished, after several activities already programmed for such a situation.
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Filed Under: Tropical Storm Sally
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