Forecasters say Hurricane Jose might spur coastal flooding and gusty winds at the Jersey Shore early next week. While most global forecasting models show Jose remaining offshore and not making landfall in New Jersey, the National Hurricane Center says it's still too early to rule out any direct impacts. In recent days, models have shown Jose creeping closer to the East Coast. As of late Friday morning, Jose is a tropical storm with maximum sustained winds of 70 miles per hour but likely to restrengthen back to hurricane status by early Saturday morning, according to the official National Hurricane Center forecast. Situated about 360 miles northeast of the southeastern Bahamas, Jose is likely to continue moving northwest followed by a shift to...
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Forecasters continue to monitor Jose on track near East Coast