Another big storm is heading towards the Caribbean, which is still reeling from the massive amounts of damage inflicted by Hurricane Irma.

FOX's Eben Brown has the latest:

Maria's sustained winds are at a hundred 120-miles-an-hour and many of the same Caribbean Islands that took a beating by Irma will likely get it again from Maria, especially the U.S. Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico, where the governor there has declared state of emergency.

The forecast tracks are still too far out to know if Maria would get close to reach the U.S. mainland. However, tropical storm warnings and watches are posted for northeast U.S. coast, from Nantucket, Massachusetts down to Cape May, New Jersey due to Hurricane Jose. That means tropical storm conditions could be felt there within the next day and half.

In Miami, Eben Brown, FOX News.

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