alberto

More Rain Through Thursday; Hot & Humid Weekend

Although Subtropical Depression Alberto will be moving farther away from us today, we'll still have ripe, moist air pumping in from the gulf to give us showers and isolated thunderstorms. Looking at 1-2"…

Occasional T-Storms And Humidity For All

The center of what used to be subtropical storm Alberto is moving farther away, and will arrive in western Kentucky before daybreak.  However, outer tropical showers and thunderstorms will continue to plague the…

More Storms

The center of what used to be subtropical storm Alberto is moving farther away through the Tennessee Valley at this hour.   However, outer tropical rainbands with embedded thunderstorms will continue to plague the region.   The coverage area to these storms…

Alberto Moving Away

A weakening Alberto will dump 1-3" of additional rain (with locally higher amounts possible) through tomorrow morning so flash flooding remains our greatest concern. We'll also continue to feel wind gusts up to…

Rain Beast Alberto

Alberto arrived onshore in the panhandle of Florida earlier Monday afternoon.   Heavy tropical rainbands around the periphery of the storm will continue to be intermittent throughout the course of our Monday night and…

Latest on Alberto

We'll be feeling the effects of Subtropical Storm Alberto through Wednesday morning with heavy rainfall and flooding being the main concerns. Alberto could dump 2-4” of rain on us (with locally higher amounts…

Alberto to Wash Out Memorial Day

  Subtropical Storm Alberto was nearing the Florida Panhandle coast Sunday evening, with landfall projected in the Fort Walton Beach-Destin area early tomorrow afternoon. While strong winds and a minor storm surge will affect the area…

Alberto = Flooding

The first named storm of the 2018 Hurricane season is in! It’s Alberto, and the storm will be moving to the Gulf Coast of the U.S. later this holiday weekend. Beach-goers will get…

More Widespread Flooding

The first named storm of the 2018 Hurricane season is in!   It's Alberto, and the storm will be moving to the Gulf Coast of the U.S. later this holiday weekend.    Beach-goers will get wet on both the Atlantic and Gulf…