Subtropical Storm One - June 17-19, 1982

A subtropical depression developed rapidly over the eastern Gulf of Mexico on the 17th and 18th of June due
to the interaction of a tropical disturbance and an upper trough progressing across the Gulf of Mexico, similar to
a subtropical storm in June 1974.  The warm core low formed over the Yucatan Peninsula and moved northeast.
Rounds of severe weather broke out across Florida.  The cyclone accelerated across Florida and was designated
a subtropical storm.  Briefly slowing down off the Carolinas, a renewed acceleration took place that sent the
cyclone near Sable Island on the morning of the 20th.  On the graphic below is the storm total rainfall for
the subtropical storm, which used data provided by the National Climatic Data Center in Asheville, North
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