Hurricane, Tropical Storm sally is expected to hit the Gulf Coast this weekend, and Florida expects heavy downpour.

Florida is expected to receive heavy downpour due to the hurricane, Tropical storm sally to hit Gulf coast this weekend. The multi-storm system is swirling through the Tropics. Soon, the tropical depression Nineteen has turned out to be Tropical storm sally in the afternoon and would be moving from the west-northwestward to the northwestward in a couple of days.

The Sally picked up since Friday afternoon and was going at the pace of 100 miles towards the east-southeast of Miami. The centre has predicted that this hurricane can change the direction and can move towards the southeastern and eastern Gulf of Mexico later today or Sunday and it would soon move to the North-central Gulf of Mexico this Monday. The predictions are given by the National Hurricane centre.

Sally would turn out to be a hurricane by Monday, and Florida is expected to receive 3 to 6 inches long rainfall towards the Gulf coast from Florida and passes to the south-east of Louisiana. The other places such as Mississippi, Southern Alabama and Southeast Louisiana would receive 2 to 4 inches of rainfall that is farther from the inland. The tropical storm Paulette would get into Bermuda and is considered as the category two hurricanes would have winds blowing at the speed of 100 mph. The Rene would be in the same position as central Atlantic.

The tropical wave that is formed in the Gulf would have a rainfall of 2 to 6 inches from Florida to Southern Alabama. There are a few areas in Virginia, and Florida has received the rainfall of over 5 inches for the last 24 hours. There is a 3 inches rainfall that has been registered in Washington DC. There is a rescue team that is working to rescue the people in the capital city. Though Washington has received heavy rainfall, there is a close watch for the flood in the Sunshine state from Tampa Bay to Fort Myers.

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