Tropical storm Jose remains stuck off the coast of Cape Cod, and according to weather experts, doesn’t appear to be in a hurry to move.
While it’s far enough away for Maine to avoid lots of rainfall, the coast will still feel its effects with unusually high surf.
“These are what we call long period swells,” says Meteorologist Tom Hawley with the National Weather Service. “They’re 5-10 footers, probably 12-15 seconds between waves.”
Hawley says as tempting as it may be to go stand at the shore to watch the waves, doing so could be very dangerous.