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originally posted by: Diabolical1972
Just wondering, you ever notice when there's a hurricane, it never hits Washington D.C.. It's like Immune or something. Hurricane Sandy hit N.J. How did it miss Washington and Delaware? lol I think Jose will be small and come hit S.C and N.C and parts of Virginia from looking at it. Or, maybe it just follow Irma.
The environment in which Jose is located in appears to be quite
conducive for development for the next three days as the SSTs are
very warm, the vertical shear is very low, and there is abundant
By days four and five, however, the vertical
shear may increase in part due to the outflow from Hurricane Irma to
its west. Thus the official intensity forecast shows steady
intensification until day three, then decreases slightly to day