HURRICANE TRACKER: Category 1 Hurricane Jose Weakens, Forecast To Not Impact US

HURRICANE TRACKER: Category 1 Hurricane Jose Weakens, Forecast To Not Impact US

HURRICANE TRACKER: Category 1 Hurricane Jose Weakens, Forecast To Not Impact US

The storm is expected to restrengthen and become a hurricane again by this weekend, the center said.

Hurricane Jose, a pale followup to Category 5 Irma, could churn up North Carolina's coast with tropical-force winds and risky surf by this weekend, forecasters said.

In any case, forecasters said the shear environment will keep the hurricane relatively weak, with maximum expected winds of 80 miles per hour throughout the next few days. It is forecast to eventually move west-northwest by late Thursday.

"There are no coastal watches or warnings in effect", the agency said.

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At of 6pm day, the Category 1 storm was 422 nautical miles south of the island, and deemed a potential threat.

A few of the weather models has brought Jose close to our southern coast of New England and off the coast of Cape Cod by Wednesday, with gusty winds and rough seas. By Tuesday, it could be east of North Carolina and Virginia. Here's the five-day map as of 10 a.m. Thursday.

On Sept. 13 at 12:20 p.m. EDT (1620 UTC) the Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer of MODIS instrument aboard NASA's Terra satellite provided a visible image of the remnants of Hurricane Irma over the U.S. Midwest.

"Preparations to protect life and property should be rushed to completion", the NHC stated.

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