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Monday, May 21, 2012

Tropical Storm Alberto Moving South-Southeast; Expected to Stay Offshore

While all eyes are on June 1 as the beginning of the 2012 Hurricane season, forecasters are continuing to keep a close eye on Tropical Storm Alberto today.
As of 5 a.m., Alberto was located about 100 miles east-northeast of St. Augustine Florida and 165 miles south of Charleston, South Carolina.
The storm is now moving south-southeast around 5-miles-per-hour; maximum sustained winds remain around 40-miles-per hour.
A turn toward the east is expected later today, followed by a northeastward motion with an increase in forward speed tonight and Tuesday. On this track, the center of Alberto is expected to stay offshore of the Georgia and Carolina coasts

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