Update on Sally (track shifts east again), Paulette, Teddy, and Vicky:
Hurricane Sally has 80 mph maximum sustained winds, and the minimum central pressure is down slightly to 979 mb. It's inching northward at just 2 mph. Once again, the National Hurricane Center has adjusted the track eastward. No major changes in intensity are expected before landfall. See all images below for impacts, but this will bring historic rainfall amounts with some areas possibly approaching 30 inches! The maximum projected storm surge is now down to 4 to 6 feet, but it's still life-threatening.
I have also included the brand-new forecast maps below for Paulette, Teddy, and Vicky.