As Texas and Florida work to repair damage left from hurricanes Harvey and Irma, a new tropical weather threat is emerging from the Atlantic Ocean. This time, it’s the Mid-Atlantic and northeastern states that are threatened with either a grazing, or possibly even a direct hit by a powerful storm midweek next week.

Tropical Storm Jose, which is forecast to re-intensify into a hurricane later on Friday, was about 485 miles southwest of Bermuda as of 11 a.m. ET. The storm is forecast to gradually intensify while moving to the northwest, then north, and at some point, turn northeast parallel to the U.S. coastline. …

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