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One-time Hurricane Sally not through with Florida Panhandle or Alabama yet


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Rivers swollen by Hurricane Sally's rains threatened more misery for parts of the Florida Panhandle and south Alabama on Thursday, even as the storm's remnants were forecast to dump up to a foot of rain and spread the threat of flooding to Georgia and the Carolinas.Sally weakened to a tropical depression late Wednesday and picked up speed. Forecasters say tornadoes are possible Thursday across southern Georgia and northern Florida.CBS News weather producer David Parkinson said, "We could see up to a half foot in spots throughout the day into early tomorrow."The National Weather Service said, "Heavy rain associated with Tropical Depression Sally will impact much of western South Carolina, central North Carolina and southeastern Virginia today and into tonight. Silverhill, a town of about 1,200, was threatened by the Fish River, which had crested, and Seminole, an Alabama village on the Florida state line, by the still rising Styx River, Miller said.Coastal residents, meanwhile, looked to begin the recovery from a storm that turned streets into rivers, ripped roofs off buildings and killed at least one person.More than 580,00 homes and businesses were without power overnight in Florida, Alabama, Louisian and Georgia, according to PowerOutageUS.Many faced extended time without power.

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