Subtropical Depression Albertois located about 45 miles west-northwest of Nashville, Tennessee – Last Advisory
Subtropical Depression Alberto struck the Florida Panhandle coast near Laguna Beach, Florida as a subtropical storm…and is now moving further inland over the southeastern United States – Last Advisory
Alberto was the first named storm of the 2018 Atlantic hurricane season.
Subtropical Depression Alberto is bringing a threat of flash flooding and tornadoes as it continues to move inland
Here’s a wide ranging radar image
Here’s the current conditions in the area, along with the flood alerts over the southeastern United States.
Maximum sustained winds are 30 mph. Here’s the NOAA 5-day Precipitation Outlook graphic Here’s a near real time wind profile of this subtropical depression.
Here were the peak rainfall totals, by state, from May 25 to May 29, according to NOAA’s Weather Prediction Center:
Alabama: 3.34 inches in Huntsville; 2.26 inches in Mobile
Florida: 7.66 inches near Stuart; 4.37 inches in Key West; 3.51 inches in Destin/Ft. Walton Beach
Georgia: 6.10 inches near Louisville; 4.13 inches in Augusta
Louisiana: 2.63 inches in Covington; 1.24 inches in New Orleans
Mississippi: 3.80 inches near Prentiss; 2.13 inches in Pascagoula
North Carolina: 5.53 inches in Highland; 4.25 inches in Wilmington
South Carolina: 4.41 inches near Furman; 2.32 inches in Charleston
Tennessee: 3.35 inches at Mt. Leconte
HAZARDS AFFECTING LAND
RAINFALL: Additional rainfall of 2 to 4 inches, with isolated higher amounts, will be possible from northern sections of Alabama/Georgia northward across western and Middle Tennessee, Kentucky and southern Illinois. Heavy rain is also forecast across the Appalachian Mountains from the Carolinas to Virginia/West Virginia. Flash flooding and rapid water rises on creeks and streams across these areas will remain a possibility through tonight.
WIND: A few gusts to tropical-storm force are possible across portions of northern Alabama and Middle Tennessee through this evening.
SURF: Swells generated by Alberto will continue to affect the eastern and northern Gulf Coast through Thursday. These swells are likely to cause life-threatening surf and rip current conditions.
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