Hurricane Sally Approaches Gulf Coast, Threatens Historic Flooding | MTP Daily | MSNBC

Hurricane Sally Approaches Gulf Coast, Threatens Historic Flooding | MTP Daily | MSNBC 1

 

NBC's Chris Jansing reports that "they're talking about potentially as much rainfall from this one storm as Alabama and the Gulf Shores are used to getting in an entire month." Aired on 09/15/2020.
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Hurricane Sally Approaches Gulf Coast, Threatens Historic Flooding | MTP Daily | MSNBC

52 Comments on "Hurricane Sally Approaches Gulf Coast, Threatens Historic Flooding | MTP Daily | MSNBC"

  1. good luck to all

  2. cool. they stopped having their fakenews journalists standing in large puddles

  3. Christopher Biddle | September 15, 2020 at 3:01 PM | Reply

    It’s all President Trump’s fault, right, MSNBS?

  4. Trolls are really on the rise.
    Are they afraid for the election results?

  5. Praying for our neighbors. ❤️🕊️

  6. There goes my vacation spot at Fort Morgan

  7. Weather Service: “Hurricane Sally is about to hit the Southeast.”
    t’rump: “Get me Mr Brawny!:
    Aide: “Who?”
    t’rump: “You know, the paper towel guy.”
    Aide: “FML. 🤦 “

  8. Much slower than you “can” walk? Cause I can hit a pretty slow walk if I tried 🐌

  9. I’m old and I can walk 2 miles an hour. It’s not often I can perform a physical task that younger people cannot, but I can definitely walk two miles an hour. Stay safe.

  10. one side burns, the other drowns and the middle is slowly being carried away by the virus
    what a year 🙂

  11. There are small patches of silver lining in every cloud. If I were there, I would be huddled in the house with my metal detector and looking at tide charts. Maybe listening in to hear about beach erosion reports. When this is over, there will be some enthusiasts treasure hunting, storms expose the strangest things. Something for some of you to maybe look forward to.

    Best wishes and hope everyone stays safe.

  12. state of the Union: in Oregon, California etc we are burning, in Alabama we are drowning… just a fact…

  13. If it hits a BLUE state you’re screwed under Trump.

    • Even red States that have been hit by hurricanes have not gotten any relief either, look at the Carolinas and Texas from Hannah and Isaias and Laura for Louisiana… he said he would but never signed anything, lies and empty words

    • LINA -22- Porn STARS ღ*GO MY PROF!LE* ღ | September 15, 2020 at 5:46 PM | Reply

      💟🔞😘🧡

  14. Just like all the hurricanes since the tRump presidency don’t expect any aid relief to come because he and Mitch Mcconnell don’t wanna provide it unless a hurricane just happens to hit Mar-a-largo then I’m sure that the orange clown will do everything to divert all the money to repairing his precious golf course and resort and not pay a dime out of his own pocket

  15. Thank goodness I stocked up on pool noodles!!!!!

  16. So when are the locusts moving in?

  17. https://youtu.be/k5FO7vHisyI
    😱😱😱😱😱😱😱😱😱😱😱😱😱😱😱

  18. They need the “president” to reroute it with a Sharpie or bring the paper towels…quickly.

  19. How are BLM and antifa going to destroy our city’s if mother nature beats them to the punch do you know how hard it is to set a fire if everything’s wet

  20. stephen wedderburn | September 16, 2020 at 2:42 PM | Reply

    But its not climate change “its going to get cooler” 🙄 Humpty Trumpty knows best.

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