The last time a hurricane made landfall in Alabama, it was on the same day in the same spot – Reports

The last time a hurricane made landfall in Alabama, it was on the same day in the same spot

Hurricane Sally made landfall Wednesday morning, exactly 16 years to the day and almost to the hour when Hurricane Ivan made landfall in 2004.

More interestingly, they not only share a landfall date, but also the exact landfall location; Gulf Shores, Alabama.

Both Ivan and Sally’s landfall location and timing were eerily similar.

Their distances were only about 15 miles apart, and they made landfall early in the morning only about 3 hours apart — Ivan at 3 a.m. and Sally shortly before 6…

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