Then, there's the lone model taking the storm through The Bahamas before making another Florida landfall.
Hurricane Jose, which is taking more of a northerly track, Hurricane Katia, which slammed into Mexico's east coast, and of course Hurricane Irma which made its USA landfall in Florida.
Although the hurricane is expected to make a loop, recent long-term forecast models for Hurricane Jose are scattered around the map.
The National Hurricane Center in Miami is predicting that Jose, with 105-mph winds Monday afternoon, will do a loop in the Atlantic Ocean over the next few days.
The Atlantic Basin hurricane season starts up June 1st and runs until the end of November. A Category 1 storm, Jose brought with it winds of about 105 miles per hour.
"Canada appears more like than the U.S.to receive a hit from Jose at this point, but it is too early to be believer in these long-range model forecasts", Masters wrote in his Cat 6 blog on Weather Underground. It will initially move farther away from the United States before coming closer to the Bahamas and East Coast. It is moving east at 6 miles per hour.
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- GFS, the American forecast model, and the ECMWF, the European one - keep Jose over the ocean. The Hurricane Center reports that Jose "remain over SSTs [sea surface temperatures] over 29C [84 degrees Fahrenheit] for the entire forecast period".
Hurricane-force winds extend outward up to 25 miles from Jose's center and tropical-storm-force winds extend outward up to 140 miles, the National Hurricane Center said.
Jose already has threatened other hurricane-weary countries.
Meanwhile, remnants of the destructive Hurricane Irma will likely be seen on the east coast as well.