Jose could return to hurricane strength

ABC News chief meteorologist Ginger Zee reports on where Jose is headed next and whether the storm is gaining strength.
0:39 | 09/15/17

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We turn now to the latest on tropical storm Jose. Strengthening in the atlantic on the verge of becoming a hurricane again. Ginger zee is tracking that system. Good morning, ginger. Good morning, Michael. Jose looking a little healthier on the satellite this morning, far north and east of the Bahamas and headed northwest so we have to watch it carefully because of that high pressure system. That bermuda high that we always watch, the steering as far as how close this is going to get to the United States. Pay very close attention to the cone because now that includes Massachusetts, Rhode Island, part of Connecticut, New Jersey, New York, you can see Delaware and even part of Maryland. I can tell you we'll have very high waves up to 11 feet and beach erosion, maybe even some rain and wind by next midweek. Robin.

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