Tropical Storm Alberto made landfall in Florida Tuesday afternoon, according to the National Weather Service, about 50 miles southeast of Tallahassee.

As Alberto, the first named storm of the Atlantic hurricane season, was predicted to pick up speed while on the water, a hurricane warning was issued for the Gulf Coast. The hurricane warning was changed Tuesday afternoon to a tropical storm warning, as maximum sustained winds had decreased to 40 mph.

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