Tropical Storm Alberto expected to stay offshore

National Hurricane Center's predicted path at 5 a.m. Monday for Tropical Storm Alberto, moving southeastward as it spins off the coast of Florida.

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National Hurricane Center's predicted path at 5 a.m. Monday for Tropical Storm Alberto, moving southeastward as it spins off the coast of Florida.

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MIAMI — Tropical Storm Alberto is moving southeastward as it spins off the coast of Florida.

Alberto's maximum sustained winds are near 40 mph early Monday with little change in strength expected.

The storm is centered about 100 miles east-northeast of St. Augustine. Alberto is moving south-southeast near 5 mph but is expected to turn northeastward Monday night and Tuesday.

On its current track, Alberto is expected to stay offshore of the Carolinas and Georgia coast.

Meanwhile in the Pacific, a tropical depression south of Mexico is expected to strengthen. The depression's maximum sustained winds are near 35 mph, but it's expected to reach tropical storm strength later in the day. It's centered about 520 miles south of Acapulco, Mexico.

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