One Floridian says he's more worried about water than wind as Tropical Storm Alberto blows ashore this morning.
Top winds are 65 miles per hour -- below hurricane strength -- but officials worry about people in low areas prone to flooding.
There could be a storm surge of up to ten feet.
More than 20,000 people along Florida's Gulf Coast have been told to get to higher ground.
A hurricane warning is posted for the Gulf Coast and a tropical storm warning has been extended from Flagler Beach, Florida, northward to South Santee River, South Carolina.
The storm could also spin off tornados.