Alberto's a little stronger this morning but experts still say it's unlikely to become a hurricane.
The first tropical storm of the 2006 Atlantic hurricane season has winds topping out at about 50 miles per hour.
It's on course for landfall in Florida tomorrow night.
A tropical storm warning is up for most of Florida's west coast, from Englewood to Indian Pass, meaning tropical storm conditions are expected within the next 24 hours.
A tropical storm watch remains in effect from south of Englewood to Bonita Beach.
Five to ten inches of rain could fall over the Florida peninsula through tomorrow.
The Keys could get three to five inches.
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