Tracking Jose: Storm Team 4 Breaks Down Timeline, What to Expect

Jose is expected to weaken to a tropical storm by the time it passes well off the eastern end of Long Island early Wednesday, but raging winds and punishing rains are expected to be felt well inland. Storm Team 4 breaks down the time frame and potential threats.

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Tropical storm warning and watches for affected areas
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A coastal flood warning was issued for parts of Brooklyn, Queens, Staten Island and northern New Jersey until Wednesday afternoon.
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Jose's impact on the tri-state area coincides with a new moon Tuesday, which exacerbates the threat for coastal flooding, according to Storm Team 4.
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Plan your Tuesday with Storm Team 4's 12-hour projections
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The Tuesday evening commute looks nasty for many in the tri-state area.
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The city could see wind gusts up to 40 mph with up to 50 mph possible further to the east.
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Storm Team 4 looks on how much rainfall to expect by early Wednesday afternoon.
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As of early Monday, Jose was still a Category 1 hurricane with maximum sustained winds of 75 mph, though it is expected to weaken.
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Jose could bring waves up to 8 feet tall.
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Jose is expected to weaken by Tuesday evening, but its impacts will still be felt in parts of the tri-state area, particularly in coastal communities.
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