Alberto a slow-moving and odd storm – headed for Florida Gulf Coast tomorrow

Alberto is still classified as being subtropical in its structure. Time is running out for it to transform in to a more typical tropical storm but the effects won’t matter much: heavy rain at times, gusty winds and some storm surge issues in the usual areas will be the calling card for this storm.

I have posted a video discussion with the latest info from the NHC regarding Alberto and what to expect tomorrow. This includes important inland impacts which will be widespread over the next several days.

 

M. Sudduth 11:55 PM ET May 27

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