Live look at Mobile, Alabama
A live look at weather conditions in Mobile, Alabama
Okay. Monitors in the Thank you. What minute? Away. Yeah. You can ask whatever you'd like on the back end. I couldn't hear what you were saying, but whatever you want to add, okay. Yeah. Okay. Thank you, guys. Okay. Death. Hey, Lisa. And really intensifying at this point, the wind has picked up dramatically. By the way, if you could get a better idea of these conditions and as you were just talking about, we're going to continue to see this for the next 678 hours. So we're gonna have a driving rain. We're gonna have win. That at times has been very substantial fear. And that's going to be something that's going to drive. What? The National Weather Service has warned about that historic flooding in some of these low lying areas. I could tell you here in mobile, we've seen the transformers blowing the sky, lighting up in that bright green way. No trees air down. Some buildings are already damaged. Tens of thousands without power across the region. I'm afraid that number is going to go up dramatically. Guys, is this thing just continues to see slowly, move along and really lash out at this area again for most of the day here today. Yeah, and hopefully it will start to accelerate once it's over. Land that that's that's what we're hoping is going to continue to move to the North a bit and then really shoot off to the east and it's gonna move out and off the East Coast eventually here. But as it moves along, there is so much water contained in this massive system that way to the Carolinas before it goes off the shoreline there. So this is a storm that's going to have some staying power. Unfortunately for really hundreds of thousands in its past. Thanks. Thanks. Thank you, guys. All right. My home. You lost your life? Yeah, I'm bumping. Begin on. I'm gonna barely in the light. Ideas, OK? Really good. Okay, good. That's fine. Yeah. You need me to go stand out there for a minute? You ready? Good. Damn it. 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And really, this is something unfortunately, because it's just inching we're going to continue to deal with for the next several hours. Here could be eight hours or more of just these intense conditions. We know that powers out. We've seen transformers going here, tens of thousands across the region without power. I'm afraid that number is going to go up. We know that trees are down here in mobile and there from buildings that have sustained some damage already. We'll get a better idea of all of that once things clear. But again, that's just going to take some time. The National Weather Service has warned about this brick and potentially deadly flooding. Not only here, and we'll deal, but across the region this is such a big system. It's really affecting communities from Louisiana through again. I think we're going to continue to see these effects throughout most of the day here today, before Sally finally clears out. That's the latest here in Mobile. I'm Jay Gray, NBC six News. Thank you, guys. She these days I don't know if you're missing because I can't hear you power out of how many I am, but I'm not 2. 40 in Alabama. 1 45 in Florida right now. Okay, 2 43. What's that Up to? Almost a million. Is it? Now, that's 400. 400,000. Thanks. I'm gonna make it. How many journalists? Tokyo. Okay. Okay. Seven news. Hey. Well, it'll be a pleasure. Can you give me some beauty with Thank you. Well, what? We always have one for Grand Rapids, is it? Yeah. Before where? Yeah, that's what helps. Yeah, Yeah. Foreign sports. Beach PD. You see that in New Student? We are unable to answer phone calls at this time. Okay, man, three videos. You may wanna hold off just a second, because I'm going to show you some of the white. Is it worth it? I'm 20 kind of hard. Okay. All right. Yeah, yeah. No, no. I'll talk about it Making landfall in Gulf Shores. Uh, secondary. I'll talk about it off the top. Go show you the waves here. And then I'll say, Hey, just to the south and east of us Gulf shores, that might be better. Great. You get any rain? Not really. Yeah. Can't they get the lights back on and worship like that? So All right. Well, I'm really Well, a noise has another. Yeah, yeah. One minute. I'm gonna show that. Well, I think she's over here. Rain. You don't do that then. So I need to go that way. Then I'll go to the street. Hey, but quick back. You say I just stay here? Yeah. 10 out. 10 seconds. He's not really gonna drive into my shot. Is he okay? Okay. Yeah. And Michael. Darlene, they are intensifying right now. The wind is picked up dramatically and you can see just sheets of rain continuing to fall here. And unfortunately, that's going to be the case for several hours. Really? For most of the day here, that short, which is just a bit to the south and east of where we're standing right now, lashing that area along the coast. Blind dramatic surf there and again, just that driving rain that's going to continue to be a problem in Orange Beach, Alabama, which is just next door. They're seeing the same type of conditions there again. This is the massive system on, and it's brought with it just tremendous rain. The National Weather Service saying that it has the potential for historic and deadly flooding across the region. It's affecting areas from the Louisiana border through the Florida Panhandle, and that's going to continue as well. We know that there are already more than 400,000 people without power in the region. That number is likely to go up. We've seen transformers blowing here, lighting up the sky. We've also been told that there are trees down in the downtown mobile area and buildings that have been damaged. So, darling, Michael, we're just starting What's going to be a very long, very difficult ride here, you know? Yeah. Thank you. Thanks, guys. Yep. Yeah, I got you. Fine. Okay. Okay, quick. Here we go. Yeah, Ted, Intensifying the wind picked up dramatically. We continue to see what are sheets of rain pouring down. Not only in this area, but across the entire region. Is you talk about the storm making landfall just to the south and east. You are right now, but it's still moving very slowly. And that's the primary issue with this storm. Yeah, the wind is going to be significant. We're getting a pretty good gust here right now, But that water that this system contains is going to continue to fall the rain in this area for the next 78 maybe 10 hours. Some forecasters were saying Add to that in areas like Gulf Shores, where it made landfall and really across the Florida Panhandle. The storm surge that could be 9 ft or more. And that's the recipe for what the National Weather Service has warned. Flooding across this region. It's affecting areas from really Louisiana through the Florida Panhandle. We know that already more than 400,000 or without power. And we've seen the transformers blowing here, lighting up the sky. We know that trees air down here in downtown mobile area and that there are some buildings that have sustained some damage. So that's an early assessment. And really remember this just the beginning of what's going to be a long, very difficult right here throughout the day. Thank you. Okay. Thanks, guys. Thank you. How did you know the transformers were lighting up behind you? Were they? Yes. Yeah, e like that? I don't know. A single. Yeah. Yeah, like you said it five seconds after it happened. That's awesome. Better to be lucky somehow somebody signals now. Hey, I do. Good morning, objects. You go back. That's not good. I guess you got a man or a woman. Okay, instead of manner, is that a man or a woman? Basically, case man. Yeah, just a little bit. And then if you wanna roll your video, that's great. We'll just kind of show you what we can hear were limited. But I'd rather show you something for nothing. 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Won't for quite some time, Casey, because this storm is going toe linger. It's only moving at two miles an hour. Yeah, yeah. You know, I think that this storm is the slow nature of it moving. And I don't know if you saw in the background there, but mawr Transformers are blowing here, and that's the kind of thing you're going to deal with. Staying still, boy. A big blast there from the transformer. And we know that more than 400,000 or without power right now that numbers no doubt going to climb across the region here. But I think the big difference with Sally is the fact that it's just inching along. And we saw that with Harvey. And you remember the, uh, catastrophic flooding in Houston that we saw with that storm? There's potential for that in this area as well. And that's what a lot of people are worried about. Casey. Thank you. Nice one. Yeah, I saw it in the car thing offline. Huge. No, it's on the need for three years. No, no, it's a tackle box. Oh, God. Okay. You can only have water. Yeah, otherwise pay. I can. Yeah, yeah. You. I'm sorry. How far away we'll be. All right. With my own. Yeah. 123456789 10. Check, check. Test test. Okay. Hey, did all that work. Okay? Yeah. Time. Jack. Mark sounds good. Thanks. Lisa and Clay. Right? Okay. Yeah. 15. Yeah. Hey, Lisa. Clay. Things really starting to intensify here. The wind has picked up dramatically and we're continuing to see what has just been a driving rain. Here is we give you a better idea firsthand of these conditions. You could see your sheets of rain falling here and that when that we talked about it. It's really picked up over the last hour or so, and it's really starting to push things around. We know that there are treating yeah, and that there's some buildings that have been damaged as well. Don't know the extent of the damage at this point and unfortunately, probably won't guys for a while because we're going to see these conditions for the next 78 maybe even 10 hours. The storm moving so slowly across the region we know from really Louisiana through the Florida Han handle. We're going to continue to see this rain than these winds. More than 400,000 without power already. And we've seen transformers blowing here, and so I'm afraid that number is going to go up as well Lisa on clay. This really just the beginning of what's going to be a long a very difficult ride throughout most of the day here and across the region. Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. At least I think so. Dramatically through the week we started in New Orleans were now all the way to mobile. So it got the attention of a lot of people wondering where when it was going to hit. So when you talk to emergency officials what they tell us, Lisa in players that yeah, they feel like most people listen got prepared. Okay, Stay there for one second.