After making landfall, Alberto rapidly dissipated to a subtropical depression
but continued to bring heavy rains and wind as it moved north toward the Carolinas.
Forecasters said Alberto could become a subtropical depression
in coming hours as it treks northward.
The National Hurricane Center said the Storm Alberto downgraded to a subtropical depression
Monday night after making landfall near Laguna Beach, Florida, in the afternoon.
Senior Hurricane specialist Stacy Stewart works at the National Hurricane Center to track the first tropical or subtropical depression
of the 2018 Atlantic hurricane season on May 24, 2018 in Miami, Florida.