Subtropical Storm Alberto makes landfall on Florida Panhandle
LAGUNA BEACH, Fla. -- The National Hurricane Center says Subtropical Storm Alberto has come ashore on the Florida Panhandle. The Miami-based center said in a 5 p.m. EDT advisory that Alberto's core made landfall Monday at Laguna Beach, Florida, about 15 miles west-northwest of Panama City. Forecasters say heavy rainfall and flash flooding are the biggest threats posed by the storm as it heads inland over the Florida Panhandle. With maximum sustained winds of 45 mph, Alberto was moving north at 9 mph.