Tropical Storm Sally develops over the eastern Gulf of Mexico; could threaten New Orleans

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The latest advisory from the National Hurricane Center indicates that Tropical Depression 19 has strengthened enough to be upgraded to Tropical Storm Sally. The storm is forecast to move to the northwest and will approach the northern Gulf Coast near the Louisiana-Mississippi border Tuesday morning. By that time it will likely be a category 1 hurricane with maximum sustained winds of 80 mph.

You can see from the continuously updated loop below that the impacts from Sally will likely stay well east of the ArkLaTex. Check back often as we still could see some forecast adjustments in the coming days.

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