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All the best to those who are getting two feet of rain along the Gulf

I know what two feet of rain would do to where I live in Ohio. I can’t imagine what two feet of rain will do along the coast where Hurricane Sally is making landfall this morning in Alabama and Florida. Pensacola had a five-foot storm surge this morning to go along with all that rain, according to Weather Channel.

Jim Cantore is on location in Pensacola and it looks like he found the worst of the storm. Look at what all that water is doing to rivers.

Meanwhile, out in Seattle, watch as massive part of a pier just slips off into Elliott Bay. “Trees and heavy concrete planters plummeted into the water, pulling a 4-ton fountain, its concrete pump station and a concrete terrace in behind them,” the Seattle Times reported Tuesday. “The culprits in the collapse were steel-and-concrete support piles that were in a state of severe deterioration, officials said Tuesday.”

Add it all up and you guys with calm commutes to work should be very happy this morning. And for those of us who commute from bed to a desk, never take it for granted no matter how many socks your dog (mine this morning) eats and then pukes up.

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Written by Joe Kinsey

Joe Kinsey is the Senior Director of Content of OutKick and the editor of the Morning Screencaps column that examines a variety of stories taking place in real America.

Kinsey is also the founder of OutKick’s Thursday Night Mowing League, America’s largest virtual mowing league.

Kinsey graduated from University of Toledo.


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  1. I now have a basketball rules question to investigate after seeing the Adebayo block on Tatum’s dunk. Is that considered goaltending if you put your hand over the cylinder to block the ball as it’s coming down on a dunk? The replay certainly looks like Tatum is coming down with the ball over the cylinder as the defender’s hand touches the ball. Isn’t that goaltending by the rule? It’s a fringe scenario I’ve never seen. May have been worth review.

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