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Hurricane Jose Path Map and Updates




Hurricane Jose Tracking Map

Hurricane Jose Path Map
Description :Map showing the path of Hurricane Jose nearing the Caribbean Islands of Antigua & Barbuda, Barbados and St. Lucia  Disclaimer

 
Legend: 
D: Tropical Depression – wind speed less than 39 MPH
M: Major Hurricane – wind speed greater than 110 MPH
H: Hurricane – wind speed between 74 MPH and 110 MPH
S: Tropical Storm – wind speed between 39 MPH and 73 MPH
 
Hurricane Jose
Hurricane Jose Current Statistics Monday, September 18, 2017
Center Location 32.6 N 71.6 W
Maximum Sustained Wind 90 mph
Movement N at 9 mph
Sustained Winds D < 39 mph
 
  • Hurricane Jose that was reduced to the level of a Tropical Storm has picked up speeds again and has reverted into a Category 1 storm again. While intially Jose was being considered to get lost in the Atlantic Ocean, the cold water of the ocean is pushing the Cat 1 Hurricane towards the land. Hurricane Jose can pose a threat mainly to the U.S. territories of Washington D.C. and Delaware on the east coast. People on Long Island and New England should be extremely cautious of this oncoming threat.  In a totally different news, Tropical Storm Maria is forming near the Caribbean Islands and the islands of Lesser Antilles, Antigua, Barbuda, St. Kitts, Nevis and Montserrat are issued warning. It is worth noting that not more than a week ago, these islands were battered by the ever so powerful Hurricane Irma that caused damage in billions and would take the devastated islands years to get back on their feet. Maria has the potential of developing into a powerful hurricane capable of mass destruction. More details awaited.
 
  • Hurricane Jose generated tropical storm winds could reach to the North Carolina and New Jersey coastline by Tuesday. Due to its effect large swells in the oceanic waves are already been seen to the East Coast, from Florida to Long Island and southern New England. People are advised to stay away from the Atlantic waters these coming 4-5 days.
 
  • Following on the heels of Hurricane Irma is another massive hurricane, Jose, and reports say that this hurricane is also on the verge of turning into a hugely catastrophic Category 5 hurricane. The current windspeeds of Jose are said to be around 155Mph and it is heading towards the already annihilated Caribbean islands. The USNHC has issued hurricane warnings for the following islands: St Martin and St Barthelemy, Antigua & Barbuda and Anguilla. The survivors of Hurricane Irma on the island of Barbuda are now being shifted to its neighboring and sister island of Antigua. A hurricane watch has been issued for the island of Antigua while a tropical storm watch has been issued for the following islands: British Virgin Islands, St Thomas & St John, Montserrat and St Kitts & Nevis. More details awaited.






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