I’ve been watching Hurricane Jose for a few days now trying to make a judgement as to what it’s path might be. This was the shot from early Monday morning and as you can see it’s not that far to Eleuthera from that position. From other charts and weather forecasts, my thinking is that it would stay out and head towards upper Florida or Georgia.
Here’s another look at where Hurricane Jose would be on Saturday.
However by later in the day the charts had advanced with the projected paths of where Jose would go.
As you can see from the afternoon chart it appears that Eleuthera will be out of Jose’s path by Sunday. Now I think it’s important to keep an eye of Jose as things change quickly and at this time this is the projected track. After this point we would have to see where he goes depending on the weather in the US and what fronts etc are blocking and making him move.
For the time being I think Eleuthera will get some big waves and maybe some winds by the weekend from Hurricane Jose but it looks as if that will be all. Present models have it mostly running up the coast of the US and some have it never even making landfall. I like those predictions. The high pressure system that will push it in a circle and then down will then pass and it will then settle into it’s new track. If this changes I will definitely let you know.