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After making landfall in the Florida Panhandle, former Tropical Storm Alberto continued northwestward across Alabama and weakened to a tropical depression on May 29. Alberto then moved northward across western Middle Tennessee from the afternoon hours on May 29 into the morning hours on May 30, bringing widespread wind damage and power outages to many counties west of I-65. Additional thunderstorms rotating around the circulation affected Middle Tennessee into the afternoon hours on May 30.

Tree damage resulting from Tropical Depression Alberto
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