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All Eyes on Subtropical Storm Alberto This Weekend

The storm will mostly cause heavy rain in Central Florida. Photo: Flickr Creative Commons

The storm will mostly cause heavy rain in Central Florida. Photo: Flickr Creative Commons

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Subtropical Storm Alberto is expected to bring heavy rainfall and flooding to Florida by Sunday morning. Orange County Assistant Emergency Manager Keith Kotch says people should start preparing storm kits now, to avoid driving where there’s been ponding.

“It could be heavier rain than our typical summer afternoon thunderstorms. Look out for ponding on the road, if you don’t know, the safest thing to do is turn around, don’t drown.”

The normal hurricane season is June 1 through November.

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