Monthly Archives: September 2017

While Maine dodges Hurricane Jose, the storm may affect Maria’s east coast track

The forecast trend continues to shift the storm track of Jose to the south and east. As a result, the areas of impact diminish for not only Maine, but for New England. Areas from eastern Connecticut, Rhode Island, southeast Massachusetts, Cape Cod and the Islands have a storm to deal with, but nothing that will […]

Dry times for Maine through the weekend while Hurricane Jose churns off the Bahamas

No real rain anytime soon High pressure and northwest to southeast zonal flow appear to dominate the area’s weather pattern over the next several days. Temperatures appear to be slightly warmer than normal until late week. At that point the mercury is expected close to where it should be for this part of September Remnants […]

Hurricane Jose one storm to watch for the northeast

On the heels of Hurricane Irma, Hurricane Jose poses the next potential threat to the United States and Atlantic Canada. While it is too early to know exactly when or if the storm will have impact, it would be wise to pay close attention. Operational guidance to this point has shown everything from North Carolina […]