Tropical Storm Sally has been moving across Alabama and the Florida Panhandle today after it made landfall as a powerful Category 2 hurricane this morning.
Sally is forecast to continue tracking northeastward through Alabama tonight. The storm is expected to move into Georgia and then South Carolina tomorrow.
The National Hurricane Center said that through Friday, Sally is expected to dump four to eight inches of rain on central Alabama to central Georgia. Some areas could see up to a foot of rain.
Western South Carolina into western and central North Carolina is expected to get between four and six inches of rain.
You can follow Sally's path here.