Earlier Sunday afternoon many people in the capital city were outside enjoying the dry and sunny weather, but some folks were also making plans just in case the storm strengths and makes landfall in the Big Bend area.
"I think I would pack up my stuff and head south. I know that sounds funny, but if it's coming here I definitely want to get out of the way or head up to Georgia somewhere just not to be around," said Tallahassee resident Jessica Priest.
"If the projections are that, it'll be a two, a level two or maybe even a three, then we'll hand it in there and just ride it out," explained Tallahassee resident Robert Kellogg.
And as people are monitoring Tropical Storm Alberto and deciding how to prepare, they may be heading to the stores to grab supplies.
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