Several news stories have been floating around that mention the possibility of Hurricane Jose hitting New England. Good news: the storm has shifted paths, and won't come anywhere the northeastern US before it dissipates.

According to the latest models from the National Weather Service and NOAA, as of late Sunday night, the storm is predicted to stay in the Caribbean.

After a direct hit from Hurricane Irma, island residents should remain on alert for another impact from another major storm. Jose remains on track to stay a colossal category 4 hurricane as it continues to travel over the Western Atlantic in a loop pattern. Here's the latest map projection: