Hurricane Sally Threatens Gulf Coast
Hurricane Sally, a powerful storm with winds of 85 mph, is creeping toward the northern Gulf Coast. Forecasters are warning of potentially deadly storm surges, flash floods and the possibility of tornadoes.
Host Tonya Mosley speaks with Jeff Huffman, director and chief meteorologist of the Florida Public Radio Emergency Network.
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