The latest from the NHC tells us that Alberto is still structured as a subtropical storm, with a large and lopsided wind field. Over the next day or so, it should change and become more tropical with stronger winds and more concentrated area of showers and thunderstorms. Still, it is May and most early season storms are like this which means a majority of the inclement weather will to the east, well to the east, of where the center makes landfall.
I have prepared a video discussion highlighting the latest information plus my plans to cover Alberto’s impacts in the field. I will be heading to Florida today for coverage and will post updates while I travel. Be sure to follow me on Twitter: @hurricanetrack since I can post instant updates, pics and short video clips there on the fly.
M. Sudduth 11:45 AM ET May 26