Sally is still producing significant rainfall south east Alabama at the moment. This trend continues overnight and trough the start of Thursday morning. The rain lifts north as the center of Sally tracks east.
Tropical Depression Sally with winds of 35 mph tracks northeast. Heaviest rain will be centered closer to the eye of Sally. Winds will be breezy at times, but not the main threat.
Most of this rain will be in the next 12 hours. Heaviest rain along and east of I-65. I don’t foresee flooding to be a major concern, but low lying areas and areas prone to quickly rising waters just need to stay Weather Aware.