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Hurricane Jose has been upgraded as it pushes towards Caribbean islands already destroyed by Irma.
The National Hurricane Centre said that its planes had found Jose is now a Category 4 hurricane, with speeds of up to 150 miles per hour.
On Barbuda, nearly every building was damaged when the hurricane's core crossed almost directly over the island early Wednesday.
About 60 percent of its roughly 1,400 residents were left homeless, Antigua and Barbuda Prime Minister Gaston Browne said.
"It is just really a horrendous situation," Browne said.
William Marlin, prime minister of the Dutch side of St. “We foresee a loss of the tourist season because of the damage that was done to hotel properties, the negative publicity that one would have that it's better to go somewhere else because it's destroyed.
Martin, said recovery was expected to take months and Jose threatened to make things worse.
The storm currently sits east of the Leeward Islands and is forecast to move west-northwest into the Atlantic Ocean over the coming days, and could land a double blow to those locations wrecked by Irma. “I don't think it takes a rocket scientist to know that further damage is imminent,” said Inspector Frankie Thomas of the Royal Police Force of Antigua and Barbuda. Her first task, she said, would be organise his funeral. There is nothing else I can do.” Philip Klotzbach, a meteorologist at Colorado State University, said this was the first time there had been two hurricanes in the Atlantic with speeds topping 150mph.
Irma smashed homes, shops, roads and schools; knocked out power, water and telephone service; trapped thousands of tourists; and stripped trees of their leaves across several islands, among them: St. On Barbuda, a coral island rising 125ft above sea level, authorities ordered an evacuation of all 1,400 people to neighbouring Antigua, where Stevet Jeremiah was reunited with one son and made plans to bury another. “2 Atlantic hurricanes currently have winds of 150 mph (#Irma and #Jose) - 1st time on record Atlantic has had 2 150 mph storms at same time,” he said on Twitter, he later added that Friday had seen more hurricane activity across the Atlantic on one day then had ever been recordded before.
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