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Status quo Alberto


Alberto is maintaining itself as a strong tropical storm at this hour. NHC is still insisting the Alberto could be a hurricane before landfall as low-level convection is redeveloping near the center of circulation. However, the last microwave satellite pass indicated that all of the deep convection was already over Florida.

All of the rain remains focused around the Big Bend area of Florida. This doesn't seem like a particularly dangerous storm and damage should not be high on the mainland. However, this is a great dry run for Florida residents for the coming season. Ok, maybe a great wet run. Minor details.

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