Jose re-strengthens into Category 1 hurricane

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Another path would take Jose farther to the west, bringing clouds, rain and gusty winds to part of the mid-Atlantic and New England coasts and eventually Atlantic Canada.

The storm is about 500 miles (800 km) south-southwest of Bermuda, packing maximum sustained winds of 70 mph (110 kph), the NHC said.

Tropical Storm Jose has strengthened back into a hurricane, according to a 5 p.m. ET Friday update from the National Hurricane Center. The updated track continues to keep Jose offshore, but close enough to the New Jersey and Long Island coasts to bring large and destructive waves, risky rip currents, beach erosion, and rain/wind next Tuesday into Wednesday.

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Fortunately, the storm is expected to lose strength and return to being a tropical storm as it approaches New England.

The center recommends people along the east coast pay attention to the forecast over the weekend adding that, "Farther north. the chance of some direct impacts from Jose is increasing, but it is too soon to determine their exact magnitude and location".

Both storms followed a similar path, moving west across the Atlantic before making a sharp turn to the north.

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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.

Two major hurricanes, Harvey and Irma, have hit the United States, with Irma also demolishing islands in the Caribbean.

But the window for intensification looks to last the weekend only. And like Irma and Jose, they formed off of Africa's coast and are heading westward. One or both of these clusters of showers and thunderstorms may organize into a tropical depression or storm while being guided westward into next week.

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Barbuda , Anguilla , Sint Maarten/St Martin and St Barthelemy are under hurricane warning while Antigua is under hurricane watch. Many houses have been flattened in BVI and efforts are being made to find accommodation for people made homeless.

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