South Carolina & Tropical Storm Alberto
South Carolina is a state in the Southeastern United States. Tropical Storm Alberto was the first storm of the 1994 Atlantic Hurricane Season. It hit Florida across the Southeast United States in July, causing a massive flooding disaster while stalling over Georgia and Alabama. /5
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Weather Headlines Networks. COLUMBIA, S.C.: Tropical Storm Alberto weakened slightly off the South Carolina coast on Sunday, canceling tourist cruises, producing showers along the coast and serving as a reminder that the 2012 Atlantic Hurricane Season is just around the corner. The first storm of the season that officially begins June 1 was not expected to approach landfall on the Carolinas’ coast, but it prompted a Tropical Storm watch and forecasters warned that it could produce high winds, heavy surf, rip currents and scattered rain across the region. It’s making the closest approach to the coastline now, so the impacts shouldn’t be much different than what we are already seeing,” said Jonathan Lamb, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Charleston, S.C. At 2 p.m. Eastern, the National Hurricane Center said Alberto was about 110 miles (177 km) south of Charleston. It has maximum sustained winds of 45 mph (72 kph). It’s currently moving west-southwest at 6 mph (10 kph), but fore ...
Good Morning on Innovation Weather Today For Monday, May 21st, 2012. I am lead forecaster, David Saurer with your latest weather information. Innovation Weather is under going a complete makeover of the website and will be releasing Version 3.0 on Friday of this week. We also added another team mate to our forecasting team. He is the lead forecaster for ECHO Storm Team and our severe weather/tropical weather expert forecaster. We welcome, John Kassell, to our Innovation Weather family. He will be a huge addition and asset to our team. In today's weather news, we are beginning the Hurricane Season in the Atlantic on an earlier note than expected. Tropical Storm Alberto formed off the South Carolina coastline late, last week. An area of thunderstorms near the area of low pressure off the South Carolina coast gained enough momentum to form as a Tropical Storm. Chopping seas, dangerous surf, and rip currents delayed boaters delight for a sail or boating this weekend. Alberto is a very small area. In fac ...
I read in the newspapers today. Hurricane Season has arrived early. Tropical Storm Alberto is active in Atlantic Ocean off South Carolina. I don't know how long it is going to last, but I hope it will be a short one.
Tropical Storm Alberto is centered over the Atlantic waters about 105 miles southeast of Savannah, Georgia, on this Sunday evening. Maximum sustained winds are holding at 45 mph, and little change in strength is expected during the next 48 hours. Alberto is moving to the southwest at 6 mph, but will slow down and drift south tonight and then turn to the northeast and accelerate on Monday and Tuesday. On that track, the center of the storm will stay off the Georgia and Carolina coasts. The Tropical Storm Watch has been discontinued for the South Carolina coastline as of 5pm EDT. However, coastal interests from Northeast Florida through the Outer Banks of North Carolina should still monitor the progress of this storm.
Tropical Storm Alberto churned slowly toward the South Carolina coast on Sunday where Heavy Rain and dangerous surf are expected from the beach resort of Myrtle Beach south to Savannah, Georgia.
Hurricane Season doesn't officially start until June 1, but don't tell that to Tropical Storm Alberto. Alberto formed Saturday afternoon off the Coast of South Carolina. Today, he's a moderate Tropical Storm heading northeast. And for every surfer from Folly Beach to Hampton Beach, it's an early gif...
OK here we go, first Tropical Storm of the season!! Hurricane Season does not officially start for another 2 weeks! 5/19 11pm report from the NWS. Tropical Storm Alberto, 998mb, 50mph sustained winds. Located 31.8N 78.8W, moving SW at 6mph. NWS expects Alberto to move SW away from South Carolina coast, because of a mid-level ridge. Once the ridge weakens, Alberto will move offshore of NE by late Wed. Hopefully, he will not be influenced by the Gulf Stream's warm waters which would increase intensification. Models do show that Alberto should remain off shore. Some effects may be felt in NE as Alberto passes.
Tropical Storm Alberto has formed in the Atlantic off of the South Carolina coast. It's the earliest formation of a Tropical Storm since Ana in 2003. Here is the National Hurricane Center's advisory on Alberto.
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