NWS: Tropical Storm Watch canceled as Jose weakens


Tropical storm warnings were in effect from Woods Hole, Mass., to Sagamore Beach, Mass. - which includes Cape Cod - and Block Island, R.I.; Martha's Vineyard, Mass.; and Nantucket, Mass.

A tropical storm watch was issued over the weekend for southern CT, but it was canceled at 11 a.m. on Tuesday.

High winds from Tropical Storm Jose on Wednesday night had police, firefighters and Eversource crews responding to several reports of downed trees and branches.

Wind Advisories and Tropical Storm Warnings remain in effect for parts of Southern New England. Nantucket reported a wind gust of 53 miles per hour early Wednesday evening.

No power outages were reported by PSEG Long Island as of Wednesday morning.

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Wind shear continues to affect Jose's inner-core convection, giving it a less-than-classic tropical storm appearance in infrared satellite imagery.

Between 1 and 4 inches of rain are expected along the New England coast.

In addition, large swells from Jose will continue to affect the Eastern Seaboard during the next several days.

Forecasters have issued a flood watch for the city's coastal areas Tuesday as heavy rain and strong winds brought on by Hurricane Jose are expected to batter the boroughs.

Check back for updates on Jose's forecast over the next few days as more details become available.