How slow movement of Hurricane Sally could create 'dangerous' conditions
PBS, 15 Sep 2020
The Gulf Coast of the United States is bracing for the arrival of Hurricane Sally, expected to hit east of New Orleans with up to two feet of rain. A separate hurricane struck Bermuda on Monday, and two more storms are currently brewing in the Atlantic. Ken Graham, director of the National Hurricane Center, joins Stephanie Sy to discuss why the slow-moving Sally represents a real danger.
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