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Re: May Gulf
      Sun May 13 2018 10:42 PM

One interesting point, the last time this set of names was used (2012) there were two systems that formed in May, Alberto and Beryl, Beryl made landfall in Jacksonville Beach, rather weak though.

This would be a gulf system named Alberto if it did develop. The 1994 version of Alberto caused a massive amount of rain in Georgia. (21 inches of rain in 24 hours)

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