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As remnants of Sally move northeast, Piedmont Triad experiencing heavy rains, flooding, power outages

The remnants of Sally are causing rains, flooding and power outages in some areas as it hits the Piedmont Triad through Friday morning. As of 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Sally is over the mid-atlantic states moving in a northeast direction at about 25 mph. Sign up for our Newsletters Click the video player above to see the latest forecast from WXII 12 News Chief Meteorologist Lanie Pope. The mayor in Orange Beach, Ala., confirmed one person died and...

WXII 12 Greensboro-Winston-Salem p "Tracking Sally" with hurricane file image in the background p The remnants of Sally are causing rains, flooding and power outages in some areas as it hits the Piedmont Triad through Friday morning.The Piedmont Triad could get between 2 and 4 inches of rain from Sally's remnants, with the heaviest totals in the southeast.Flood watches are set for the foothills and the Piedmont Triad.While the area will see mostly rain, there is a risk for thunderstorms in the Piedmont Triad and a marginal risk for severe storms towards Raleigh.

READ THE FULL STORY: As remnants of Sally move northeast, Piedmont Triad experiencing heavy rains, flooding, power outages CHECK OUT WXII: Get the latest Greensboro, High Point and Winston-Salem news of the day.The remnants of Sally are expected to leave the area by early Friday.

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