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NWS Birmingham 2h
We are currently monitoring Subtropical Storm Alberto. There is still plenty of uncertainty with this slow moving system. We will continue to provide updates throughout the holiday weekend.
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Jay Dale 1h
Sometimes the difference in being able to enjoy beach vs storms is about 1 mile. This storm to our east is intense, and just sitting.
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Jeremy Hayes May 23
As beautiful as it is, this is because of flooding.
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City of Orange Beach 3h
Red flags are flying in Orange Beach today - Friday, May 25th. The National Weather Service has issued a high rip current risk throughout the weekend due to the evolving disturbance in the Gulf. With red flags flying, swimming in the Gulf is discouraged.
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NWS Birmingham May 21
Heat lightning does NOT exist! Lightning always originates from a thunderstorm🌩. The storm just might be too distant to see 👀.
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Jay Dale 5h
Beautiful view of storm off Fort Morgan. Condo full of teenagers hoping for beach time. Not looking good.
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Julia May 22
2 days in a row 🌈
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NWS Tallahassee 2h
11 AM ET: Subtropical Storm Alberto has formed near the Yucatan Peninsula. It will move northward into the eastern Gulf of Mexico this weekend, bringing heavy rainfall, dangerous rip currents, and gusty winds to our area. See graphic for details.
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Alex Sizemore 24h
In one month I will get my NWS career off to a start with . I honestly can't wait to get to work with the good people down there.
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Meaghan Thomas 4h
All eyes on the Gulf as we head into the weekend -- NHC just upgraded the chance of formation to 90% in 48 hours... Watching closely!
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NWS Birmingham 8h
It is looking like a wet Memorial Day Weekend, stay weather aware. Here is the latest forecast for today and update on the tropics. Also a Dense Fog Advisory is effect.
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NWS Tallahassee May 24
8 AM ET update: Low pressure over the Yucatan Peninsula will move into the eastern Gulf of Mexico & likely develop into a subtropical or tropical system by this weekend. Regardless of development, heavy rain is likely through the weekend across our area.
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City of Orange Beach May 24
Red flags are flying in Orange Beach today - Thursday, May 24th - due to the high rip current forecast from the National Weather Service. One red flag means that the surf is high or there are dangerous currents, or both.
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Richard Scott 3h
9am: Subtropical Storm Alberto has formed and is coming north... Update soon...
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Tropical Storm I’m looking at you...bring it on. I have my rain pants ready
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Subtropical Storm Alberto Develops. Here is the potential track forecast from the National Hurricane Center
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UPDATE: The storm brewing in the Gulf now has a name: Subtropical Storm Alberto.
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