The Latest: Flooding from Sally, a death in Paulette’s wake

Forecasters say Hurricane Sally could dump flooding rains on a path from Mississippi to the Carolinas this week after the storm makes landfall on the Gulf Coast. The National Weather Service says up to 8 inches could fall later this week across parts of Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia and the Carolinas after Hurricane Sally comes ashore near the Mississippi-Alabama state line. Meanwhile, Hurricane Paulette is still spinning in the Atlantic, kicking up high surf along the northeastern U.S. coast. A 60-year-old man drowned in the rough water along the New Jersey shore, where some beaches were closed after multiple water rescues. 


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