Not expecting any major changes in the 5pm NHC package. Rain associated with Alberto had now made its way well in to South Carolina as well as covering southern Georgia and all of Florida:
“Landfall” should be in the morning, but given the wide, diffuse nature of the system, other than for academic purposes it might be hard to tell exactly when and where unless it gets a sudden round intensification or organization, so the impact estimates haven’t changed since this morning. Flooding continues to be the main worried, some spotty wind damage, and there is some potential for an isolated tornado.
This is neat – it’s an animation of 30 minutes of the “mesoscale” mode scans from GOES East … it’s big so it may take a bit to load before it starts to loop.