Thankfully, this time, Jose is stuck over the open ocean and in fact will remain in essentially the same spot until later this weekend.
Jose is now a tropical storm located about 400 miles east-northeast of the Bahamas.
Jose, which has maximum sustained winds of 120 kph (75 mph), is moving southeast at 13 kph (8 mph), the NHC said in a public advisory released at 0900 GMT.
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As of 10 a.m., Jose was 435 miles northeast of the southeastern Bahamas and 520 miles southwest of Bermuda. Last week, Jose did top out at a category 4 storm but is much weaker now.
The so-called cone of uncertainty for Tropical Storm Jose now includes North Carolina's Outer Banks after the National Hurricane Center shifted its forecast west Thursday.
Swells produced by Jose may impact the East Coast over the next few days. In fact, I probably won't be confident on Jose's track until Friday or maybe even the weekend.
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The European and American forecast models move the storm near the the Mid-Atlantic states early next week.
AccuWeather hurricane expert Dan Kottlowski said Jose was expected to fluctuate between a minimal hurricane and tropical storm over the next several days.
"There are no coastal watches or warnings in effect", the agency said.
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The National Hurricane Center recognizes this issue in its Wednesday morning forecasts for Jose, saying "there is a lot of uncertainty in the intensity forecast". In fact, we are just about smack dab in the middle of the peak of the typical hurricane season right now.