Walmart closes dozens of stores ahead of Hurricane Sally

As a major hurricane bears down on the U.S., Walmart has shut down dozens of store locations.

As of 4 p.m. on Tuesday, September 15, Walmart has closed multiple store locations in Mississippi, Illinois, Alabama, and Florida.

“The safety of our associates and customers is our top priority. Walmart’s Emergency Operations Center monitors hurricanes and other potential disasters in real time. We assess the status of our facilities and will continue to operate as long as it is safe to do so. We pay close attention and follow local and/or state evacuation mandates,” Walmart said in a statement.

You can view a list of closed Walmart locations below.

PASCAGOULA MS (WM Supercenter)

BILOXI MS (WM Supercenter)

THOMASVILLE AL (WM Supercenter)

WAVELAND M (WM Supercenter)

SARALAND AL (WM Supercenter)

PENSACOLA (N) FL (WM Supercenter)

PENSACOLA FL (WM Supercenter)

LUCEDALE MS (WM Supercenter)

OCEAN SPRINGS MS (WM Supercenter)

MONROEVILLE AL (WM Supercenter)

PENSACOLA (W) FL (WM Supercenter)

BREWTON, AL (WM Supercenter)

PASS CHRISTIAN, MS (WM Supercenter)

MOBILE (UNIVERSITY), AL (Neighborhood Market)

SEMIMES AL (WM Supercenter)

CHICAGO (W) IL (WM Supercenter)

GULF BREEZE FL (Neighborhood Market)

MOBILE GOVERNMENT AL (Neighborhood Market)

MOBILE PASCAGOULA AL (Neighborhood Market)

PENSACOLA E NINE MILE FL (Neighborhood Market)

OCEAN SPRINGS MS (Neighborhood Market)

CHICAGO (CHATHAM), IL (WM Supercenter)

GULFPORT PASS RD MS (Neighborhood Market)

DIBERVILLE MS (Neighborhood Market)

ROBERTSDALE AL (WM Supercenter)

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