Quick Hurricane Sally update as track shifts east again:
As of the 11 AM EDT advisory from the National Hurricane Center, Hurricane Sally still has 85 mph maximum sustained winds with a minimum central pressure of 983 mb, and it's crawling to the northwest at 2 mph.
The forecast track has shifted slightly east again. The maximum projected storm surge is down to 4 to 7 feet, but it's still life-threatening. No major changes in strength are expected before landfall. Up to 30 inches of rain are still expected!