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Houston's healing. Florida's still reeling. Now Hurricane Jose is on its way - USA TODAY
Houston's healing. Florida's still reeling. Now Hurricane Jose is on its way
Before that, Hurricane Harvey plowed into Texas in late August, causing major flooding in Houston, Beaumont and Port Arthur and projected to be the costliest natural disaster in U.S. history. Next up is Hurricane Jose, which weather models suggest ...
Hurricane Jose threatens the US - Washington Examiner
Hurricane Jose threatens the US
Another hurricane is moving in the direction of the mainland U.S. as the remnants of Hurricane Irma continue to sweep through the Southeast. The latest forecast from the National Hurricane Center on Monday shows Hurricane Jose, a Category 2 storm, ...
Hurricane Jose to turn a half-loop in AtlanticHawaii News Now
Hurricane Jose, Tropical Storm Irma: Will rain come to Mid-Atlantic?Baltimore Sun (blog)
Hurricane Jose LIVE: 11am update from National Hurricane Center - NOAA latest pathExpress.co.uk
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Watching Hurricanes Irma, Jose and Katia From 22000 Miles Above Earth - New York Times
Watching Hurricanes Irma, Jose and Katia From 22000 Miles Above Earth
New York Times
More than 22,000 miles above the surface of Earth, a new weather satellite run by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration captured high-resolution imagery of three dangerous hurricanes moving across the Atlantic Ocean over the past week.
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Where is Hurricane Jose and will it hit America? - Metro
Where is Hurricane Jose and will it hit America?
Hurricanes Irma and Harvey has wreaked havoc in America in recent weeks and now Hurricane Jose is looming over the Atlantic and could impact the east coast next week. According to the National Hurricane Center, Jose is currently being classed as a ...
Hurricane Jose hanging on as Category 1; no apparent threat to South FloridaSun Sentinel
Weakened Hurricane Jose could become tropical storm todayOrlando Sentinel
Hurricane Jose path update: Will Hurricane Jose hit the USA? Latest track and US forecastExpress.co.uk
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Hurricane Jose path models: Met Office storm track shows DIRECT path to Florida - Express.co.uk
Hurricane Jose path models: Met Office storm track shows DIRECT path to Florida
The Met Office storm tracker shows that Jose could complete this loop on Friday before heading towards the Bahamas and on to Florida. The tracking map shows that Jose could make landfall in Florida on Sunday, just a week after Hurricane Irma wreaked ...
Hurricane Jose forecast to loop back towards USWNCN
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Don't forget Hurricane Jose — and don't return that generator just yet - News & Observer
Don't forget Hurricane Jose — and don't return that generator just yet
News & Observer
Hurricane Jose, the storm that followed Hurricane Irma across the ocean, has decided to hang around longer as a potential threat to the East Coast. Jose doesn't have the muscle Irma flexed as it approached Florida, being just a Category 1 storm with 75 ...
Hurricane Jose lingers in Atlantic, will it head toward US?MLive.com
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Hurricane Jose: US strike unlikely, but still possible - USA TODAY
Hurricane Jose: US strike unlikely, but still possible
Hurricane Jose, still spinning around the western Atlantic Ocean, may avoid the U.S. East Coast once it finally starts to move north next week, forecasters said Tuesday. As of 11 a.m. ET, Jose had winds of 75 mph, making it a Category 1 hurricane, the ...
Could Hurricane Jose be a threat to the US later in September?AOL
Hurricane Jose's strange path may bring it back toward the Bahamas and USCNN
Hurricane Jose weakens a little as it turns east in AtlanticNOLA.com
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Hurricane Jose: What does it mean for New Jersey? - Asbury Park Press
Hurricane Jose: What does it mean for New Jersey?
Asbury Park Press
Will New Jersey feel the impact of Hurricane Jose? The answer, according to some meteorologists: Barely. “It's expected to pass between the Outer Banks of North Carolina and Bermuda but, at this point, it's expected to remain well off-shore,” said ...
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