Governor Says Mississippi Can't Relax As Sally Heads For Bama


Governor Reeves said Tuesday that even though the National Hurricane Center is still predicting that Sally will make landfall in Alabama, he wouldn't be surprised to see the storm move back to the west-- and says a direct hit on the Mississippi coast can't be ruled out.  Reeves says there's still plenty of uncertainty surrounding the path of the hurricane-- which has been moving slowly through the Gulf.  The Hurricane Center has moved the track forecast to the east again, now suggesting a landfall near Gulf Shores. Even if it comes ashore there tomorrow morning as a Category 1 hurricane, the governor says Jackson, George and Wayne counties could still get significant flooding.