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> Subtropical Storm Alberto, 05/28 11AM EST - 50 MPH - 994 MB - Movement: N @ 14mph
Kazairl
post May 29 2018, 08:36 PM
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Holding together pretty well with a well-defined circulation. Flash flood watch for me tonight. Discussion from Paducah NWS.

"Area Forecast Discussion
National Weather Service Paducah KY
741 PM CDT Tue May 29 2018

.UPDATE...
Issued at 741 PM CDT Tue May 29 2018

The center of Alberto is currently about 125 miles east northeast
of Memphis, TN. We continue to see rain bands spiraling around
this circulation bringing some very heavy rain at times. Rainfall
rates with the heaviest cells reached upwards of an inch per hour.

Latest HRRR/RAP models indicate Alberto will continue wobbling
northward and be crossing into west KY by around 06Z. We will
continue to see bands of rain rotate through this evening but
when the actual circulation approaches late tonight, we will also
see a more concentrated area of rain move up into western KY
during the 06Z-09Z period, then lifting north and east toward 12Z.
Have adjusted POPs through the evening/overnight hours to reflect
latest thinking. Still looks like highest rainfall totals will be
over western KY, up into parts of southern IL and southwest IN
with 2-3 inches likely...locally higher amounts possible. Quite a
gradient though as you head westward, where parts of the Ozarks
foothills may not get much at all. Winds will also be picking up
as the circulation approaches later tonight."


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post May 30 2018, 04:40 AM
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I realize that such things happen with almost every storm, but I'm done with those who are saying "Alberto = overhyped dud".

First - it was never supposed to be a mega monster. Second, plenty of misery hit "select" areas, in the way of flooding etc. Not every tropical system is Katrina, Maria, Ike, etc. rolleyes.gif
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post May 30 2018, 04:45 PM
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Itís like, the little engine that could.
https://twitter.com/nwswpc/status/1001937166421905408?s=12
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post May 30 2018, 06:00 PM
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