Florida Highway Patrol urges drivers to be extra cautious during storm
The Florida Highway Patrol is encouraging drivers to slow down.
Roads may be slick from the rain Subtropical Storm Alberto is bringing.
Troopers say drivers also need to be aware of standing water, which could be deeper than it looks.
Officals urge driver to "turn around, don't drown." If you can't tell how deep a puddle is, don't drive through it.
Troopers say high wind gusts could also make driving more difficult.
Transportation officials say they will close bridges if sustained winds reach 39mph.