Hurricane Jose has formed in the open Atlantic, far from land and well east of Hurricane Irma.
Forecasters warned that Jose could make a series of loops over the next week, and pose a threat again.A satellite image on Thursday showed Jose, which was upgraded to a hurricane on Friday, northeast of Cuba and Hispaniola.Select Sport Football Basketball Baseball Hockey Soccer Golf College More Sports Crime U.S. World Politics Share This facebook Tweet email Hurricane Jose rages in Atlantic, but misses areas hit by Irma Hurricane Jose rages in Atlantic, but misses areas hit by Irma.Get the latest breaking news, entertainment, sports and more.Hurricane Jose has now become an extremely dangerous Category 4 hurricane, threatening Caribbean islands already devastated by Hurricane Irma.
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NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Monday, September 11, 2017, 12:23 AM facebook Tweet email.Jose is expected to become a hurricane again as it moves north toward the East Coast of the U.S. Track the storm with our interactive map.Hurricane Jose has strengthened into a Category 4 storm, the National Hurricane Center said Friday, warning that it could keep growing.The National Hurricane Center downgraded Hurricane Jose to a Category 1 storm Tuesday morning as the storm lingered north of the Caribbean.
Hurricane Jose: Tropical storm strengthens to Category 1Jose remained a Category 1 hurricane with winds of up to 105 mph.
Hurricane Jose was a little weaker Tuesday morning (Sept. 12) as it began turning east in the Atlantic, the National Hurricane Center said.Hurricane Jose is forecast to stay off the U.S. East Coast, but it could come close enough to bring tropical storm conditions and rough surf to some areas. (National.But another major hurricane named Jose has been creeping its way.People who live along the U.S. East Coast from North Carolina up to New England should monitor Hurricane Jose, forecasters say.Jose, now a Category 3, has prompted a hurricane watch for Antigua and Barbuda — two islands devastated by Irma.
NWS: Heading north, Hurricane Jose brings swells, ripAS Hurricane Irma batters the Caribbean islands with 185mph winds, another fierce storm is following close behind.
Hurricane Jose path a threat to U.S. East CoastIn doing so, it continues to remain a threat, though hopefully that.Tropical Storm Jose quickly strengthened to become a Category 1 hurricane on Wednesday, Sept. 6, 2017, joining Hurricane Irma and Hurricane Katia as the third.Depending on the forecast, the next Atlantic hurricane could either swirl harmlessly in the ocean or whack Florida.
We asked a meteorologist to rank the likely scenarios with both Hurricane Irma and Hurricane Jose, looking ahead as far as he can with confidence.
Hurricane Irma lashes Cuba; Jose poses threat elsewhereThe storm follows on the heels of Hurricanes Harvey, which brought catastrophic flooding to Texas, and Irma, which destroyed communities in the Caribbean and led to flooding and power failures in Florida.The strange path of Hurricane Jose could see it circling back to the Bahamas and the United States.
Hurricane Jose is expected to move parallel to the U.S. East Coast.After taking a northwesterly route near the Caribbean last week — skirting but not hitting islands like Barbuda and St.Hurricane Jose is slowly moving westerly in the Atlantic Ocean and should weaken to a tropical storm by Friday, the National Hurricane Center said.
While Hurricane Maria does not pose an imminent threat to Florida, forecasters are watching it closely.Hurricane Irma pummeled Florida Sunday and Monday, causing damage in almost every part of the state.A hurricane-battered nation could soon shift its attention to Hurricane Jose, now wandering around the western Atlantic Ocean.Hurricane Jose was slowly marching toward the U.S., taking an odd, looping path that was not expected to impact devastated areas of Florida or Texas.Powerful Hurricane Jose missed the Leeward Islands this weekend but it might have a second chance to return to strike the Caribbean and even threaten.Two new hurricanes, Jose and Katia, formed Wednesday. As of 11 a.m. Thursday, Hurricane.