Hurricane Jose moving slowly as Category 1 storm

Posted 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.

Parts of Canada most likely to experience the effects of Hurricane Jose in the coming week include Atlantic Canada, Ontario, and Quebec.

Hurricane Jose became the tenth named storm of the season on September 5, and it quickly and quietly developed into a category four hurricane with sustained winds at 155 miles per hour at its peak on September 8. Long-term models diverge wildly after four or five days, but one Global Forecast System model does predict Jose making a path up the east coast and eventually hitting the coast of NY in about ten days.

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

Meanwhile, as Central Floridians continue to clean up after Hurricane Irma plowed through the region Sunday night and Monday morning, the storm - now a tropical depression - is expected to move through Alabama and into Tennessee on Tuesday. This is due, the center said, to an area of high pressure that will move around the hurricane over the next several days.

"That's good for us", Sine said. Hurricane Jose now sits on the northern side of the Caribbean Islands and it might just be heading towards the Canadian coasts. A few other models put the storm on a more northward track closer to a North Carolina, Virginia or Maryland landfall late next week.