Sally is forecast to be a slow moving system that will dump large amounts of rain. Walton County is within the 5-day error cone as of this advisory. Do not focus on the track or cone as impacts will occur well outside these areas. Heavy rainfall, isolated tornadoes, minor surge (1-3 ft), and gusty winds are the primary threats from this system. Rainfall of 7-10" with localized areas seeing 10-15" over the next 7 days. Minor coastal flooding is possible. A high rip current risk is expected as we continue toward Monday. Watches, Warnings, Advisories • Tropical Storm Watch for Freeport south to the Gulf of Mexico in Walton County. • Flash Flood Watch for Walton County from Sunday until Tuesday. South Walton Beaches are under Yellow/Purple Flags. YELLOW: MEDIUM HAZARD - Moderate Surf and/or Moderate Currents; PURPLE: Marine Pests Present. Walton County has 4 sandbag locations. Bags and sand available. Please take a shovel. • Blue Mountian Beach At the District 5 Road Department on County Road 83 • Miramar Beach at the TDC vacant lot property located on Driftwood Road just north of Scenic Gulf Dr. • Santa Rosa Beach on Bay Drive( CR 83N) just north of Hwy 98 on east side of road Freeport • Bayloop Road 1/4 mile north of Red Barn Road on East side of Bayloop Road. The Atlantic Hurricane Season runs until November 30. Be sure to Have a Plan, Build a Kit, and Be Informed. To sign up for emergency and weather notifications go to www.alertwalton.org. Know Your Zone. Know Your Home. To locate you evacuation zone visit www.waltoncountyem.org.