13 September, 2017
Hurricane Jose, a Category 1 hurricane, remains in the open waters of the western Atlantic.
As of Tuesday morning, Jose was 435 miles northeast of Grand Turk Island and 655 miles northwest of San Juan, Puerto Rico.
It is expected to move southeast, lose its already minimal hurricane status, then behave like a knuckleball, curving toward the northwest before regaining its Category 1 hurricane strength on Thursday, with peak winds of 75 to 80 miles per hour.
"It is too early to tell if Jose will have any direct impact on Florida, but it is expected to turn to the north in three or four days", the state Division of Emergency Management posted on its website Monday.
Jose, which has now lessened from a Category 4 to a Category 2 hurricane, was called a "messy looking hurricane" but the U.S.'s National Hurricane Center latest update as of September 11.
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"Since the future track of Jose is highly uncertain, we encourage you to pay attention to our forecast updates throughout the week on-air, online, on our app, and through social media", he said.
During that time, Jose will be moving generally westward then more northward.
Different potential paths mean Jose could remain at sea and not threaten land in any significant way.
Before this hurricane season, the United States had gone a record 12 years without a major hurricane landfall. There is generally not a dominant weather feature that is steering the storm, so model forecasts can vary widely between each other and from run to run.
This is due, the center said, to an area of high pressure that will move around the hurricane over the next several days.