Alberto advances through the center of Alabama throwing heavy rains and two dead

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The center of the subtropical depression Alberto, which made landfall as a storm this Monday in the extreme northwest of Florida, continues today its advance through the center of Alabama throwing heavy rains in its path, reported the National Hurricane Center (NHC) of the United States. UU

The NHC indicated in its most recent bulletin that the subtropical depression draws maximum sustained winds of 30 miles per hour and moves rapidly north-northwest with a speed of 13 miles per hour.

The meteorological phenomenon is located about 30 miles from the city of Montgomery (Alabama) and, according to a probable pattern of trajectory, the “center of Alberto will move over the center and north of Alabama during the morning of today”.

Experts predict that the system will then move over the Tennessee Valley and over the Ohio Valley and the Great Lakes region on Wednesday and Thursday.

Alberto, who has unloaded heavy rains in Cuba and Florida (USA) in recent days, made landfall near Laguna Beach, on the northwestern coast of this state yesterday.

The NHC, based in Miami, expects the depression to “degenerate into a remnant of low pressure in the afternoon today” and leave behind accumulations of rain between 2 and 6 inches from Alabama to the north and south of the Great Lakes and from northern Florida to southern Appalachia.

In areas of the Panhandle of Florida (northwest) and Alabama the accumulation of rainfall could reach 12 inches and cause “isolated floods”.

Alberto is the first storm of the hurricane season in the Atlantic, which officially begins on June 1.

It is a subtropical storm, which means that it is a hybrid between cold core (winter) and hot core (summer) storms.

Depression Alberto advances through the center of Alabama throwing heavy rains

The center of the subtropical depression Alberto, which made landfall as a storm this Monday in the extreme northwest of Florida, continues today its advance through the center of Alabama throwing heavy rains in its path, reported the National Hurricane Center (NHC) of the United States. UU

The NHC indicated in its most recent bulletin that the subtropical depression draws maximum sustained winds of 30 miles per hour and moves rapidly north-northwest with a speed of 13 miles per hour.

The meteorological phenomenon is located about 30 miles from the city of Montgomery (Alabama) and, according to a probable pattern of trajectory, the “center of Alberto will move over the center and north of Alabama during the morning of today”.

Experts predict that the system will then move over the Tennessee Valley and over the Ohio Valley and the Great Lakes region on Wednesday and Thursday.

Alberto, who has unloaded heavy rains in Cuba and Florida (USA) in recent days, made landfall near Laguna Beach, on the northwestern coast of this state yesterday.

The NHC, based in Miami, expects the depression to “degenerate into a remnant of low pressure in the afternoon today” and leave behind accumulations of rain between 2 and 6 inches from Alabama to the north and south of the Great Lakes and from northern Florida to southern Appalachia.

In areas of the Panhandle of Florida (northwest) and Alabama the accumulation of rainfall could reach 12 inches and cause “isolated floods”.

Alberto is the first storm of the hurricane season in the Atlantic, which officially begins on June 1.

It is a subtropical storm, which means that it is a hybrid between cold core (winter) and hot core (summer) storms.

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