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Re: Jose

Post by Caribbean Traveler » Sat Sep 16, 2017 8:16 am

Saturday Morning Update

Rip current danger on eastern US coasts

The Weather Situation
Look for surf / rip current risk to increase on the Mid Atlantic, Northeast U.S. and Bermuda SW / W coasts to increase as Jose move north the next few days. Surf will subside on the north shore of Hispaniola / Puerto Rico and Bahamas.

A tropical storm watch may be issued by NHC late today for parts of the Mid Atlantic.

Current Tropical Weather
As of 5:00 AM AST Jose was centered at 27.9 N / 71.8 W or 550 miles SE of Cape Hatteras / 515 miles SW of Bermuda. It was moving NW at 9mph. Top sustained winds are estimated at 80 mph. Pressure was estimated at 983 MB.

Tropical Weather Forecast:
Jose is now moving NW. It should turn more to the north soon. Interests in the the Mid Atlantic and Northeast US as well as eastern Canada should monitor the progress of Jose.

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Re: Jose

Post by Caribbean Traveler » Sun Sep 17, 2017 7:25 am

Sunday Morning Update

Rip current / high surf on eastern US coasts

The Weather Situation
Shear has weakened some and convection has become more widespread. Look for surf / rip current risk to increase on the Mid Atlantic, Northeast U.S. and Bermuda SW / W coasts to increase as Jose move north the next few days.


Current Tropical Weather
As of 5:00 AM AST Jose was centered at 30.0 N / 71.7 W or 420 miles SSE of Cape Hatteras / 435 miles WSW of Bermuda. It was moving north at 8 mph. Top sustained winds are estimated at 80 mph. Pressure was estimated at 973 MB.

Tropical Weather Forecast:
Jose is moving north. Interests in the the Mid Atlantic and Northeast US as well as eastern Canada should monitor the progress of Jose. The main effects will be high surf / strong rip currents. Some rain bands may approach southern New England Monday / Tuesday.

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Re: Jose

Post by Caribbean Traveler » Mon Sep 18, 2017 7:52 am

Monday Morning Update

Jose remains east of US coast

The Weather Situation
Shear continues to affect Jose. The main effects will be high surf and strong rip currents on the Mid Atlantic coasts with some wind gusts to tropical storm force. The best chance for significant rainfall will be on the SE Massachusetts coast.

Current Tropical Weather
As of 8:00 AM EDT Jose was centered at 33.5 N / 71.2 W or 270 miles ESE of Cape Hatteras / 380 miles west of Bermuda. It was moving north at 9 mph. Top sustained winds are estimated at 85 mph. Pressure was estimated at 976 MB.

Tropical Weather Forecast:
Jose is moving north. It will likely stall SE of Cape Cod later this week and loop to the south. It will lose strength and become extratropical as it stays over colder water.

Interests in the the Mid Atlantic and Northeast US should monitor the progress of Jose. The main effects will be high surf / strong rip currents. Some rain bands may approach southern New England and the Mid Atlantic coast the next several days.

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Re: Jose

Post by Caribbean Traveler » Tue Sep 19, 2017 7:42 am

Tuesday Morning Update

Jose brings rough surf to Northeast US

The Weather Situation
Jose is losing tropical characteristics slowly. It is still a tropical system, but should soon drop below hurricane strength as it moves over cooler water. Rough surf and a few rain bands will be the main concern.

Current Tropical Weather
As of 8:00 AM EDT Jose was centered at 36.3 N / 71.6 W or 235 miles ENE of Cape Hatteras / 355 miles SSW of Nantucket, MA. It was moving north at 9 mph. Top sustained winds are estimated at 75 mph. Pressure was estimated at 973 MB.

Tropical Weather Forecast:
Jose is moving north. It will likely stall SE of Cape Cod later this week and loop to the south. It will lose strength and become extratropical as it stays over colder water.

Interests in the the Mid Atlantic and Northeast US should monitor the progress of Jose. The main effects will be high surf / strong rip currents. Some rain bands may approach southern New England and the Mid Atlantic coast the next several days.

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Re: Jose

Post by Caribbean Traveler » Wed Sep 20, 2017 9:34 am

Wedesday Morning Update

Jose slowing, weakening

The Weather Situation
Jose is slowly weakening over cooler water.

Current Tropical Weather
As of 8:00 AM EDT Jose was centered at 38.8 N / 70.2 W or 165 miles south of Nantucket, MA. It was moving NE at 8 mph. Top sustained winds are estimated at 65 mph. Pressure was estimated at 976 MB.

Tropical Weather Forecast:
Jose will loop to the south and weaken soon. It will lose strength and become extratropical as it stays over colder water. The main effects will be high surf / strong rip currents. Some rain bands are over southern New England.

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Re: Jose

Post by Caribbean Traveler » Thu Sep 21, 2017 8:18 am

Thursday Morning Update

Jose stationary, weakening

The Weather Situation
Jose continues to slowly weaken. It is still bringing breezes and rain bands to extreme SE Massachusetts.

Current Tropical Weather
As of 8:00 AM EDT Jose was centered at 39.6 N / 68.1 W or 150 miles SE of Nantucket, MA. It was stationary. Top sustained winds are estimated at 60 mph. Pressure was estimated at 982 MB.

Tropical Weather Forecast:
Jose will loop to the south and weaken soon. It will lose strength and become extratropical as it stays over colder water. The main effects will be high surf / strong rip currents. Some rain bands are over southern New England.

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Re: Jose

Post by Caribbean Traveler » Fri Sep 22, 2017 2:45 pm

Friday Afternoon Update

Jose post tropical, weakening

The Weather Situation
Jose became post tropical yesterday and now is winding slowly down SSE of Cape Cod.

Current Tropical Weather
As of 2:00 PM EDT Jose was centered at 39.3 N / 69.3 W or 135 miles SSE of Nantucket, MA. It was stationary. Top sustained winds are estimated at 45 mph. Pressure was estimated at 995 MB.

Tropical Weather Forecast:
Jose is weakening as a non tropical system. The main effects will be high surf / strong rip currents.

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