ALBERTO DRAWS CLOSER, BUT NO WATCHES OR WARNINGS!

Cool northerly winds with occasional rain through tonight.

At 5 PM Sunday, Tropical Storm ALBERTO was centered just under 100 miles east northeast of Jacksonville. It has been moving towards the southwest at 6 mph with peak winds near 45 mph. An environment of dry air surrounding the storm, plus a movement towards cooler waters of the coastal shelf, will make it difficult for this storm to grow any stronger.

The southerly drift of ALBERTO will stall tonight, and it will change to an accelerating course towards the northeast on Monday and Tuesday. Consequently, there should be no watches or warnings issued for this storm, and the only effects should be coastal showers tonight, and a choppy surf with a high rip current risk through Monday morning.

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