Hurricane Jose was making a loop within the Atlantic Ocean early Wednesday morning Sept. thirteen. The storm presently poses no menace to land, the Nationwide Hurricane Middle stated.
As of four a.m. Wednesday, Jose was 505 miles northeast of the southeastern Bahamas and 435 miles south of Bermuda. It is shifting southeast at eight mph and forecasters anticipate it to make a sluggish clockwise loop through the subsequent 36 to forty eight hours.
It has most sustained winds of seventy five mph with larger gusts. The Nationwide Hurricane Middle does not anticipate it to vary in power within the subsequent forty eight hours.
Learn the complete advisory. The Nationwide Hurricane Middle will concern the subsequent one for Jose at 10 a.m.
Carlie Kollath Wells is a morning reporter at NOLA.com | The Occasions-Picayune. Have an early-fowl tip? Ship it to her: firstname.lastname@example.org or Twitter @carlie_kollath.