Jose is no longer a hurricane but will persist as a tropical or post-tropical storm for several more days. This means that the rip tide risk and high surf at the Mid-Atlantic beaches will persist through the weekend.
Here's the latest satellite and advisory from the National Hurricane Center:
The track of Jose keeps it off the Long Island coast through the weekend.
Jose will spin a few hundred miles northeast of the DeMarVa. Dangerous rip currents and large swells are expected. The worst of Jose will still remain offshore.
We're also tracking Maria very closely. For the latest on Maria's track, look at our Hurricane Tracker.
For a closer look at the local forecast, click here.
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