Two tropical storms are set to hit the Gulf Coast in a double threat next week | Daily Mail Online

If the two storms make it, they could be crowded in the Gulf of Mexico at the same time Tuesday about 550 miles apart. That would leave open some weird possibilities, including the storms rotating around each other in a tropical two-step, pulling in closer to each other, nudging each other, weakening each other or – far less likely – merging. They are expected to make landfall the next day. The last time two storms made landfall in the United States within 24 hours of each other was in 1933, Klotzbach said.It seems fitting for 2020 to have this type of twin threats, said University of Miami hurricane researcher Brian McNoldy.’Of course, we have to have two simultaneously land-falling hurricanes,’ McNoldy said. ‘It’s best not to ask what’s next.’

Source: Two tropical storms are set to hit the Gulf Coast in a double threat next week | Daily Mail Online

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