(You'd rather be safe than soaked.) We'll see a few showers across North Carolina and the Southside first as the rain will be moving from the south to the north.
The main threat is from heavy rain that could lead to flooding, the city said, but also high winds and storm surge could cause problems.
"Some additional strengthening is forecast before the system reaches the northern Gulf Coast".
Storms in the Gulf are closely watched because 5 percent of US natural gas and 17 percent of crude-oil production comes out of the region, according to the Energy Information Administration.
Alabama Governor Kay Ivey issued a state of emergency for 40 counties. Some mountain communities are already recommending evacuations from the most threatened areas.
Nearly 140 damaging storm reports, including eight tornadoes, were made Sunday from the Midwest into the Rockies, where damage was reported to homes in Wyoming.
All three counties are in north Florida. Locally over 8 inches of rain is possible in parts of the Florida Panhandle, southern Alabama and southwest Georgia. The storm, coming on the last day of the Memorial Day weekend, was expected to scramble holiday travel.
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Forecasters say heavy rains from Subtropical Storm Alberto could cause flooding across most of SC.
Even hotter temperatures are forecast for some areas Monday - with more records possible.
Here in the Bay State, meteorologist Matt Doody with the National Weather Service in Boston said the remnants of Alberto will likely be seen as early as next week. Some of those storms could be severe, he said.
A tropical storm warning is in effect for Anclote River to the Mississipi-Alabama border, according to NWS.
Along with heavy rains and high winds come rough seas and a threat of rip currents from Florida to Louisiana that can sweep swimmers out to sea.
Wednesday: What's left of Alberto will get pulled north then eventually east into an upper level trough of low pressure. "So how often can you say you rode a storm out?" The storm was moving north at about 6 miles per hour, with maximum sustained winds measured at about 65 miles per hour.
One inch or less of rain is expected to fall in the Lowcountry throughout the day on Monday.