29 May 2018 - bulletin 367

Updated at 0940 GMT
Final warning for 01L
Disturbance update


NORTHERN ATLANTIC OCEAN
Sub-tropical depression Alberto / 01L
Warning 17 from NHC at 0900 GMT
Position 32.3N 86.8W
Location 30 miles W of Montgomery, Alabama
Movement 345° (NNW) at 11 knots
Maximum sustained winds 25 knots gusting to 35 knots
Winds of 34 knots or higher occur within 90 miles of the centre
Threatened landmasses Gulf Coast
Minimum central pressure 994 mbar
Next warning from WPC at 1500 GMT
This site will not reflect further warnings on this system

Alberto is moving north through Alabama and has ceased to be a tropical cyclone. Its remnants will move further north, dumping large amounts of rain on its way. 

Regional warnings
Rainfall totals:
From Alabama northward into the Great Lakes, and from northern Florida into the southern Appalachians: 2 to 6 inches, locally up to 12 inches in Florida and Alabama.
Flash flooding and flooding is possible
A few tornadoes are possible from southern Kentucky into Georgia

TROPICAL DISTURBANCE UPDATE
NORTHERN INDIAN OCEAN
Update from JTWC at 0700 GMT
System 95B
Position 18.0N 92.0E
Location 329 miles SE of Kolkata, India
Likelihood of tropical cyclone formation within 24 hours is now HIGH

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