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Tropical Storm Alberto forms in southwest Gulf, 1st named storm of the hurricane season

  • Tropical Storm Alberto is forecasted by the National Hurricane Center to cause significant flooding along the southern Texas and northeastern Mexico coast, potentially raising water levels up to four feet.
  • The first named storm of the busy hurricane season, Tropical Storm Alberto, has formed in the southwestern Gulf of Mexico, bringing heavy rains and sustained winds of 40 miles per hour to parts of Texas.
  • The NHC reports that Tropical Storm Alberto, originating in the western Gulf of Mexico, has a significant reach with heavy rains and strong winds affecting areas up to 415 miles north from its center.
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