The Atlantic continues to be active with three named storms: Jose, Maria and Lee. The expected tracks are below. There are tropical storm watches along the coast from Delaware and Massachusetts from Jose.
Hurricane Jose expected to produce life-threatening surf and rip currents and possible heavy rainfall along portions of the East Coast. Tropical Storm Watches are being issued from Fenwick Island, DE north to Plymouth, MA, excluding New York City. Maria has strengthened to a hurricane.
The US Virgin Islands are under a Hurricane Watch and may receive impacts by Tuesday. Maria is expected to affect Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic this week – won’t affect out east coast until next week.
Here are the two storm systems in the Pacific – Norma and Otis.
We continue in our dry warm pattern this week which will continue through the rest of the month – a few chances of rain this week through the state, consider yourselves lucky if you get a shower. Below are the CPC forecasts for October showing cooler than normal temperatures and equal chances of above or below normal rainfall.
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