The National Hurricane Center moved the forecast track for Sally a little further east overnight, based on expected changes in steering currents in the atmosphere. A change in the weather pattern should cause Sally to slow down even more and gradually turn to the north and then the northeast. With the current forecast showing a landfall near Bay St. Louis, authorities in Hancock County, Mississippi have issued a mandatory evacuation for low-lying areas, residents along rivers, creeks, and bayous, and residents in trailers, mobile homes, and modular homes. The eastward shift in their forecast meant extending the hurricane warning to the Alabama/Mississippi line, and extending the storm surge warning east to the Alabama/Florida line, including Mobile Bay. All watches and warnings remain in effect for southeastern Louisiana as well.