Hurricane Jose Spaghetti Models: Must-See Paths Updated


Hurricane Jose is currently a Category 1 storm and has been forecasted to create life-threatening rip currents and large waves off Long Island and New Jersey on Tuesday and Wednesday. The National Weather Service also predicted fierce wind and heavy rain will pour down on the affected areas.
By Sunday, Suffolk County was already feeling Jose, as they got hit with 4 to 8 foot waves. “I would expect they’d get bigger as the week goes on,” said Faye Morrone, a meteorologist at the National Weather Service’s Brookhaven, LI, office.
As Jose moves closer, the hurricane may cause flooding in communities on the Long Island Sound, as well as the Peconic and Gardiner Bays. “If you know that you tend to be vulnerable and in a space that floods during storms, take the necessary precautions.’ Morrone warned.
According to the National Hurricane Center in Miami, northern New Jersey and New York may be hit by tropical force winds as high as 50 mph by Tuesday.
If you want a better understanding of Jose’s projected path, then take a look at the spaghetti models for this hurricane…


Hurricane Jose Spaghetti Models: Must-See Paths Updated

Hurricane Jose is not expected to make landfall on the east coast. However, current spaghetti models show Jose brushing against the coasts, which can potentially cause heavy rain, flooding, and strong winds.
The Morning Call reported: “Some model forecasts show it could brush the East Coast next week, triggering high seas and coastal flooding…The long range guidance then continues to keep Jose offshore of the Mid-Atlantic region as it lifts northward into Wednesday. However, some models have shifted farther west with their tracks and its now believed we will see some impacts from this system late Monday night and early Tuesday into late Tuesday night and early Wednesday.”
Jose is already a hurricane. Here’s a spaghetti model of the storm from several days ago…


Looking for a more up-to-date spaghetti model. I got you covered. Cyclocane is constantly updating their spaghetti map for Hurricane Jose. You can see them right here. Or look below and see the spaghetti model updates on this page right now…
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Here’s another updated spaghetti model for Jose…
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Hurricane Jose is heading in the direction of Philadelphia, New York, and northern New Jersey. Click here to see other Jose trackers. Look below to see a spaghetti model of the storm before it graduated back to hurricane status…
https://twitter.com/breaking112/status/908736497880199168?
The National Hurricane Center chose to use a cone model to predict the path of Jose. Here’s a look at their model from September 15:
https://twitter.com/ntebdwa/status/908739836487577600?
Here’s another look at Hurricane Jose’s trajectory…








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