Tropical Storm Alberto caused significant damage in northern Mexico and Texas, with heavy rainfall leading to mudslides and flash floods. States like Tamaulipas, Coahuila, and Nuevo Leon in Mexico were particularly affected, receiving over 20 inches of rain. Authorities closed schools, opened shelters, and advised residents to stay informed and ready for possible evacuations. In Tampico, Tamaulipas, the rain provided some drought relief, but flooding remained a concern. As Alberto approached, warnings were issued for the Texas coast and northeastern Mexico. The storm weakened after landfall and dissipated over Mexico by June 21, 2024. Despite this, authorities monitored for coastal flooding, dangerous currents, and possible tornadoes or waterspouts. Residents and travelers were urged to exercise caution. Tropical Storm Alberto underscored the need for preparedness during the active hurricane season predicted by NOAA, highlighting ongoing risks for Texas and Mexico.