Authorities in Howard County, Maryland, said a 39-year-old man was missing after flash flooding from a separate storm tore through the historic downtown of Ellicott City on Sunday. Landfall was expected later Monday.
"On the forecast track, the center of Alberto will move over the northern Gulf of Mexico tonight and cross the northern Gulf Coast in the warning area on Monday", the center said.
Subtropical Depression Alberto is expected to bring widespread showers and thunderstorms to the Midstate on Tuesday. Winds had decreased to 40 miles per hour and it was likely Alberto would be downgraded to a subtropical depression later in the evening.
As of Tuesday, just three days before the official start of hurricane season, no other storms were brewing in the Gulf or the Atlantic maps from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration showed.
Isolated storms in some of these bands may become strong enough to produce gusty wind or brief, isolated tornadoes. Several inches (centimeters) were also possible from Tennessee east through the Carolinas. Officials there are warning of unsafe conditions.
PUBG Corp. is suing Epic Games for Fortnite’s Battle Royale similarities
In each game, players have to fight to become the sole survivor after being dropped off on an island with dozens of other players. According to the Korean Times , PUBG Corp filed the injunction in January.
Some tourists said the rainy weather would not dampen their vacations.
The rest of the mid-week period will remain unsettled as what's left of Alberto continues to drift north. The storm, coming on the last day of the Memorial Day weekend, was expected to scramble holiday travel. They stocked up on groceries and settled in for card games. For us in the Carolinas, rain is likely for the next few days. "So how often can you say you rode a storm out?"
Some spots along the gulf coast could be hammered with more than a foot of rain, but that's not the only concern. Red flags flew on Alabama beaches and officers patrolled, making sure no one entered the water.
Elsewhere, Florida's Division of Emergency Management said about 2,600 customers were without power for a time in northwestern Florida on Monday.
For those who wish to dip their toes in the water this week, be warned: Strong breezes will produce above-normal waves, ranging from 2 to 4 feet, and risky rip currents through midweek, forecasters said. An Air Force hurricane hunter aircraft found stronger winds in Alberto of about 65 miles per hour Sunday night. "As it races towards the Midwest late week it will bring rain with some locally heavy downpours and breezier conditions".