Tracking multiple systems swirling through the tropical Atlantic

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Sally's satellite and radar presentation

Multiple tropical systems continue to swirl through the Atlantic Basin. This includes 3 named storms and 3 areas of investigation (INVEST).

Sally made landfall at 6 a.m. Wednesday morning as a Category 2 hurricane near Gulf Shores, Alabama.

Now downgraded Tropical Storm Sally will continue to weaken as she moves through Alabama, Georgia and the Carolinas during the next few days.

The biggest threat will be life-threatening and historic flooding along its path. Upwards of six to 10 inches of rain can still occur in some areas.

Meanwhile, Hurricane Teddy is expected to become the season's second major hurricane as it nears Bermuda early next week. Bermuda was just hit with Paulette earlier this week.

Three other areas of interest persist. Invest 98L and 99L likely stay far out at sea. Invest 90L in the SW Gulf of Mexico could possibly cause problems for the West Gulf Coast early next week.

Get everything you need to prepare for the hurricane season with the 2020 CBS12 Hurricane Guide.