Hurricane Jose - A Potential Threat to Canadian Coasts?

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Hurricane Jose was in the Atlantic Tuesday morning.

Maximum sustained winds are at 75 miles per hour, but it's possible that Jose could downgrade to a tropical storm sometime Tuesday.

As for intensity, the hurricane center is predicting a high-end Category 1 hurricane with 90-mph winds by Saturday.

"By days 4 and 5, Jose should track toward the west-northwest with a bit faster forward motion as the aforementioned mid-level high strengthens to the northeast of Jose".

The storm is not expected to impact Southwest Florida.

Hurricane Jose is hanging on as a 75-mph tropical cyclone that remains in an idle before taking a path that could send it harmlessly out to sea.

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Hurricane Jose weakened overnight and could become a tropical storm later Tuesday, according to the National Hurricane Center.

"That's good for us", Sine said.

While no significant damage has been reported from Jose so far, it is still capable of "life-threatening" surf and rip-current conditions in the Leeward Islands, the Virgin Islands, and the northern coast of Puerto Rico.

Fortunately, over the weekend, Jose only brushed the islands of the Caribbean that had been slammed by Irma, such as Barbuda, Antigua and the Virgin Islands.

This places the entire eastern side of North America at risk, with Jose capable of making its landfall anywhere between SC, U.S. and Newfoundland, Canada.

Nash County dodged a bullet this week when Hurricane Irma took a more westerly path, but don't start eating all of your emergency food supply just yet.