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Alberto causes landslides to North Carolina after killing 2

30 May 2018

The once subtropical storm is now centralized over West Central Tennessee and will continue on its way northward on what looks like a collision course with Greater Lafayette.

Estimates include insured losses to residential, commercial and industrial properties as well as autos, according to a statement Tuesday from the Boston-based catastrophe modeler.

Former subtropical storm Alberto, which threatened to clobber the southeastern United States on Memorial Day, fizzled into a subtropical depression, with winds dropping to 35 miles per hour (56 kph) as it rolled into southern Alabama on Tuesday, officials said.

Meanwhile, the National Weather Service has issued a FLASH FLOOD WATCH for portions of southwest IN and Western Kentucky from this afternoon through Wednesday morning. "Tuesday we could get a good dousing of rain, possibly 1-2 inches".

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The big, messy storm caused more than 25,000 power outages in Alabama on Tuesday, a day after making landfall on the Florida Panhandle.

Hardest hit will be small businesses that expected revenue from Memorial Day weekend tourists, Watson said. "We've never seen one before and we're here celebrating a friend's 20th birthday", Rhumes told the Daily News.

Forecasters say the center of what's left of Alberto is over northwest Alabama, posing a continued threat for heavy rain and flash flooding in several states even though it's no longer a subtropical storm.

Alberto had weakened to a subtropical depression Monday but almost 30 million people in parts of Alabama, Tennessee, Georgia and Kentucky were still under flash flood watches for much of Tuesday. Gusty NE winds will keep it cooler near the Lake & Bay.

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As of Monday at 5 p.m., Alberto's peak sustained winds had fallen from 65 mph this morning to 45 mph, and it was crawling north at 9 mph.

A northerly flow next week should bring highs back down into the 80s; showers and storms for at least the first half of the week will be widely spaced.

The duo had just finished interviewing Tryon Fire Chief Geoffrey Tennant, who urged them to be careful with the remnant weather of the storm, according to the Associated Press.

WYFF-TV Anchor Mike McCormick and photojournalist Aaron Smeltzer both had worked in the Greenville market for more than a decade, anchor Carol Goldsmith said on air, breaking the news of their deaths Monday.

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"Ten minutes later we get the call and it was them", Tennant said at a news conference, his voice cracking. He said the roots of a large tree that toppled on the vehicle came loose from ground saturated by a week's worth of earlier rain. The men died instantly, their vehicle's engine still running, he said.

Alberto causes landslides to North Carolina after killing 2