Up next: Hurricane Jose and where it's headed

Randolph Lopez
September 14, 2017

The storm is now 655 miles northwest of Puerto Rico moving east at 6 mph, and is expected to loop to the southeast and southwest before it heads northwest by Friday. It's about 510 miles east-northeast of the southeastern Bahamas and 470 miles south of Bermuda, moving toward the southeast at 7 mph.

On Tuesday, the hurricane had weakened as it turned eastward. It's a category 1 hurricane with winds of 75 miles per hour and, because of wind shear, may weaken to a tropical storm later Tuesday.

Jose is now not a threat to land.

As with any weather forecast, and as we have seen with Hurricane Irma, hurricane tracks and intensities can change overnight.

Hurricane Jose formed less than a week after Hurricane Irma, and he's possibly headed toward the U.S.

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Hurricane Irma brought widespread destruction in Florida, with Florida Keys being the worst affected area.

By Monday, a ridge of high pressure will ride along the east coast.

A local meteorologist has sought to allay the fears of residents of a possible "double hit" after global experts revealed that Hurricane Jose is expected to make a loop that will affect parts of the Caribbean.

For the European weather model, a recurvature out to sea or a landfall in New England or Canada were the preferred solutions. Many models have it eventually going up further in the Atlantic Ocean while a couple of models still have the potential for landfall somewhere in the US, including North Carolina.

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