The only impacts from Hurricane Jose are likely to be rough surf and dangerous rip currents through at least early next week, forecasters say. Jose is probably is to stay "well to our east" in the open Atlantic Ocean, according to an early Tuesday evening forecast discussion from the National Weather Service office in Mount Holly. The cyclone, located 640 miles north of San Juan, Puerto Rico as of 5 p.m. Tuesday, is a minimal hurricane containing maximum sustained winds of 75 miles per hour. The official National Hurricane Center track has Jose heading eastward through late Wednesday before beginning to loop westward by early Thursday. By early Sunday, track that takes Jose more northwesterly, northward, then northeasterly, the cyclone is likely to...
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Hurricane Jose should remain off the East Coast