Good News! The latest track maps from the National Hurricane Center steer the 3rd hurricane in as many weeks away from land. Giving the tropics a much needed break to assess damage from Harvey and Irma - which is still pounding the southeastern US.
On the current track, Cat 1 Hurricane Jose is still spinning in circles and should continue to move in a clockwise loop over the next 3 days.
The latest update from the NHC put Jose at week Cat 1 Hurricane with maximum sustained winds at 75mph and a forward motion to the SE at 8mph.
At last report, Jose was located between the Bahamas and Bermuda. To be more precise, it was 505 miles east of the Bahamas and 435 miles south of Bermuda.
The cones on the top graphic show the probable path of the storm center. To the left are the probable wind speeds as it barrels toward the East coast.
Early Thursday the spiral shaped track should enlarge and take aim at the Eastern Seabord. If these current forecasts hold true, the storm will weaken to a Tropical Storm Saturday and shift northward toward the icy waters of the North Atlantic to fizzle out and give the tropics a chance to assess damages.
NASA's Juno spacecraft will fly directly over Jupiter's Great Red Spot later today, offering