Remnants of Sally are centered about 115 miles SW of Athens, Georgia and moving NE at 21 mph.
Sally will continue to move over Georgia and South Carolina today through tonight. Maximum sustained winds are near 30 mph with higher gusts.
As Sally continues to weaken, it continues to pose a threat to areas across the southeast and mid-Atlantic with wind, rain and severe weather along with potential flooding.
Update as of 11 a.m., Thursday, September 17:
Location: 32.6 N 84.4 W
Moving: NE at 21 mph
Max sustained winds: 30 mph
Max pressure: 1,004 mb