As people in Texas recover from Hurricane Harvey and Floridians prepare for the even more powerful Hurricane Irma, Hurricane Jose, the third hurricane born under the path of last month’s solar eclipse, is slowly developing over the Atlantic Ocean. On Tuesday evening, Hurricane Irma, the most powerful storm ever recorded over the Atlantic, bore down on the islands of the East Caribbean, building up to

Category Five, the highest rating for hurricanes. Though it is impossible to predict the path of a storm, meteorologists warned Irma could turn north and hit central Florida over the weekend. Meanwhile, the National Hurricane Center warned that Hurricane Jose, building up behind Irma, is expected to achieve hurricane strength by Wednesday night. READ MORE