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Tropical Storm Updates - Hurricane Sally in Alabama and Florida, USA

Tropical Storm Updates - Hurricane Sally in Alabama and Florida, USA

A tropical cyclone forecast has been issued by National Weather Service (NWS) on September 16, 2020, 21:00:00 GMT. Tropical Storm - Sally, is located in the Atlantic Ocean with maximum sustained winds of 93 km/h (58 mph), and wind gusts up to 111 km/h (69 mph). According to this forecast (#23), the cyclone is headed Northeast at about 11 km/h (7 mph), and is expected to weaken over the next 24 hours. It is cautioned, however, that the storm's actual position may shift significantly over the next few days. Based on the current forecast (the storm's center and path), Tropical Storm - Sally made landfall at Alabama (United States), with sustained winds of about 93 km/h (58 mph). For the extended forecast, models do not show a concentrated population exposed to moderate or severe damaging winds (within the extended forecast area) at this time. All shorelines in the path of the storm are exposed to potential storm surge, and inland areas within the proximity of the storm are exposed to potential flooding. Additional updates will be provided as they become available by official sources.

Aftermath of Hurricane Sally!

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1. File with FEMA and get your FEMA number ASAP! You will need it for everything. Download the FEMA app now. They now prefer that you register online rather than the phone. (You can select DAMAGE UNKNOWN if you can't get to your home to see it or not sure!)
2. File a claim with BOTH your homeowner's and flood insurance. Even though it's a flood, homeowners will cover some wind damage and most of them will give you money for "loss of use" if you can't live in your house.
3. File for DSNAP-Disaster food stamps. ANYONE in the affected areas can get them, they are not just for poor people. Do not be proud, you can use the money you save on food to replace clothes and other necessities.
4. File for Disaster Unemployment. Again, DO NOT BE PROUD! If you can't live in your house or go to work because your work is closed or flooded, this applies to you.
5. Get rental assistance. FEMA and SBA provide rental assistance to help pay for a place to live until you can get back into your house or find a new one.
6. If you want to buy a house, apply for an SBA loan. The interest rates will be VERY CHEAP. Although it is called the SBA, it is for homeowner too.
7. The Salvation Army and American Red Cross will sometimes give away money as well. Just call them and apply.
8. Check local businesses for specials and discounts for people in the affected flood areas. Businesses will offer everything from half price pizza to furniture and clothing specials.
9. Call all of your bill collectors and notify them that you are in the affected area and/or that your house flooded. Most will delay your bill due dates for a month or two. This includes your mortgage company, cable, electricity, water, credit card companies, phone etc.
10. Most importantly, allow people to help you! "
*You don't need to know the damage there is a spot for unknown, fill out and submit, you get an id number and they can contact you via email or text.

Pictures of the damage hurricane Sally done in Foley and summerdale


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