Remnants of Subtropical Storm Alberto could reach Upstate NY this week

Lucy Bush
May 29, 2018

Parts of Louisiana and Florida could get 5 inches or more. Maximum winds are sustained at 45 miles per hour.

The storm was moving north at about 8mph (13km/h), the National Hurricane Center said. On Sunday there will likely be two areas where rain is more likely this afternoon in Central Alabama, with the earliest chance in Northwest Alabama and later in areas to the south and east.

Meteorologists with the National Weather Service in Charleston expect a chance of thunderstorms through Thursday, with the highest likelihood of precipitation -50 percent- on Wednesday and Thursday.

A tropical storm warning remained in effect for an area stretching from the Suwannee River to the border of Alabama and Mississippi.

Tropical storm watch and warnings are in place for Alberto along the Gulf Coast.

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Subtropical Storm Alberto is about to make Memorial Day 2018 a washout when it makes landfall.

In Gulf County, T. H. Stone Memorial St. Joseph Peninsula State Park began evacuations Sunday morning.

Flash flooding is the number one storm-related killer in the United States.

Flash flooding is also expected in that tri-state area.

The projected storm track for Alberto has shifted eastward, according to reports, lessening the threat to oil production facilities in the Gulf of Mexico, but increasing the danger to northeastern Florida coastal areas. The main threat is from heavy rain that could lead to flooding, the city said, but also high winds and storm surge could cause problems. The good news is that while Memorial Day afternoon and evening might not be ideal with tons of sunshine, it will be dry so all of your outdoor plans on Monday are likely to go off without a hitch.

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As Alberto's center move farther inland - deprived of the warm waters that fuel tropical weather systems - the storm was expected to steadily weaken.

Storms in the Gulf are closely watched because 5 percent of USA natural gas and 17 percent of crude-oil production comes out of the region, according to the Energy Information Administration.

Over 350mm of rain is possible along the coast, which in the long term will be beneficial, given the dry conditions which have prevailed in recent weeks.

A storm surge watch was put into effect from Suwannee River to Navarre, Fla., indicating the possibility of life-threatening inundation of storm water. The Florida Keys were likely to get several inches of rain.

Rainfall from Alberto will be heaviest in Florida, Alabama and Georgia.

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Florida, Alabama and MS launched emergency preparations on Saturday.

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