Flooding will remain the greatest concern across the southeastern United States as Alberto churns northward with an… More
While Alberto is expected to target the upper Gulf Coast this holiday weekend, the risk for major flooding in the southeastern United States may extend beyond Memorial Day.
Florida residents and vacationers don't seem too concerned with the subtropical storm. Alberto is expected to make landfall somewhere along the Gulf Coast either Sunday or Monday.
Flooding will remain the greatest concern across the southeastern United States as Alberto churns northward with an expected landfall at the end of the Memorial Day holiday weekend.
While people in the Northeast will have to dodge showers and thunderstorms into Memorial Day, the holiday weekend will not be a complete washout.
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While Memorial Day marks the unofficial start of summer, it will feel like the season has already begun across the central United States as record heat builds into Monday.
With the formation of Alberto, many may be wondering if early-season development translates into an active Atlantic hurricane season.
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