Above the Gulf of Mexico has formed another tropical storm, which in the near future may get stronger up to the hurricane
“Sally” – as the meteorologists named this atmospheric vortex – is now off the coast of Florida, and in the morning of September 14 may begin to affect the weather in the U.S. state of Louisiana.
“Today I declared a state of emergency”, – wrote the Governor John Bel Edwards on Twitter.
Satellite-derived wind data indicate that Tropical Storm #Sally has formed and is centered just off the southwest coast of Florida. Maximum sustained winds are 40 mph. https://t.co/wVCrCIjDrB pic.twitter.com/KC7Bq1Vror
— National Hurricane Center (@NHC_Atlantic) September 12, 2020