Flood risk to continue in wake of Alberto's landfall

Flood risk to continue in wake of Alberto's landfall

Subtropical Depression Alberto has the southeastern United States on alert into Tuesday as it moves inland after making landfall along the Florida Panhandle.

Heavy rain and gusty winds have already been felt for several days across Florida. Impacts will only worsen and expand in the Southeast through Memorial Day and beyond.

Alberto made landfall late Monday afternoon near Laguna Beach, Florida.

In addition to the risk of flash flooding, Alberto will also deliver dangerous rip currents and even some isolated tornadoes.

States of emergency were declared in Florida, Alabama and Mississippi ahead of the storm's potential impacts.

Source: accuweather

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