(Bloomberg) -- Don’t underestimate Jose.

The meteorological gods seem to be working against the hurricaneas Irma’s successor lumbers over the Atlantic Ocean. But it’s sofar out — more than 960 miles from New York — that it’stoo soon to call the all clear.

“If it is going to be a threat, it is probably a threat nextweek,” said Rob Carolan, a meteorologist at HometownForecast Services Inc. in Nashua, New Hampshire. For now,though, “Jose is having very serious issues.”

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