TALLAHASSEE, FL (WTXL) -- Subtropical Storm Alberto continues to move slowly to the Florida coast. We're still seeing gusty winds, some flooded areas, and heavy rainfall at times. This will likely continue through Tuesday afternoon. Once the storm makes landfall, it will continue to slowly move northward away from the Big Bend and south Georgia. By midweek, Alberto should no longer be affecting our weather pattern, but a plume of moisture from the Caribbean is set to return...which means rain chances remain elevated.
Tonight, lows will fall back to the low 70s with overcast conditions. Scattered rain and thunderstorms remain likely through the night with south winds of 15 mph.
Tuesday will be cloudy, yet again. Highs warm to the low and mid 80s with a 70 percent chance of rain and thunderstorms. Winds will stay breezy from the south, about 10 to 15 mph with stronger gusts possible. What's left of Alberto will continue moving northward away from us, allowing for our rain chances and wind speeds to decrease into Tuesday night. Overnight lows fall back to the low 70s with mainly cloudy conditions and a slight chance of rain.