Hurricane Sally made landfall Wednesday morning near the Florida-Alabama line with 105 mph winds. The first storm-related death was reported in Orange Beach, Alabama. Even after being downgraded to a tropical storm, Sally continued to flood Alabama, Florida and western Georgia throughout the day. Another tropical threat is already looming in the southwest Gulf of Mexico. The National Hurricane Center is forecasting a high probability it will form into a depression by this weekend with most models steering the system north. The Atlantic hurricane season ends Nov. 30.