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Uncertainty begins regarding Hurricane Jose's projected path

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After the two devastating hurricanes that have plagued Texas and Florida coast, everyone's attention is turning back to the Atlantic to watch Hurricane Jose.

According to the National Hurricane Center on Monday, Jose is currently a category 2 hurricane with maximum sustained wind of 105 miles per hour.

The latest track is a rather unusual one as Jose will do a complete loop, east of the Bahamas and then start heading west, northwest toward the Bahamas, with a possible impact portions of the Bahamas by Saturday morning.

Be sure to download the free NewsWest 9 Weather App for your iPhone or Android device by clicking here to keep up-to-date with the latest regarding the track for Hurricane Jose. 

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