Jose, which has currently lessened from a Category 4 to a Category 2 hurricane, was called a “messy looking hurricane” but the U.S.’s National Hurricane Center latest update as of Sept. 11.
Global News meteorologist Ross Hull says it’s expected to weaken to a Category 1 over the next few days.
Currently, it’s spinning out in the Atlantic, away from land masses.
It is currently going in a circle, but is expected to come up the coast and could make landfall anywhere from the Carolina’s all the way to Newfoundland.
The timing of a frontal boundary (a separation of air with different densities) along with the strength of a ridge of high pressure will determine whether or not it will hit Canada, Hull explained.
Parts of Eastern Canada including Ontario, Quebec and Atlantic Canada could feel Jose’s effects by next week.
“It’s important to emphasize that there is a still a lot of computer model uncertainty on Jose’s next move but it still is a storm to watch for the U.S. and Canada,” he said.
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