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CLOSE Tracking Tropical Storm Jerry heading toward tropics Fox – 35 OrlandoSure, it’s the middle of hurricane season. But this is ridiculous.The six named storms whirling at once this week in the Atlantic and Pacific set a record, forecasters reported.”While Humberto and Kiko were spinning in the Atlantic and Eastern Pacific, four new tropical cyclones formed Tuesday: Imelda and Jerry in the Atlantic Basin, and Mario and Lorena in the Eastern Pacific Basin,” the Weather Channel reported.This combined number of active storms in both basins was believed to tie a modern record, set in September 1992, according to National Hurricane Center forecaster Eric Blake.He tweeted Tuesday that “they are forming like roaches out there.””It’s not something that you see all the time, but not unheard of, either,” said Weather Channel meteorologist Danielle Banks. Six storms spun at the same time in the Atlantic and Pacific basins this week. (Photo: weather.com)According to the National Hurricane Center, there have been as many as five active Atlantic tropical cyclones at once, which occurred Sept. 10-12, 1971. In the eastern Pacific, on Aug. 26, 1974, there were five simultaneous named storms of at least tropical storm strength, Phil Klotzbach, a tropical scientist at Colorado State University, told weather.com.September is the peak month for hurricane and tropical storm activity in both the Atlantic and Pacific, NOAA reports. “In September, ocean temperatures are nearly at their yearly peak, and shearing winds that can rip apart tropical storms and hurricanes are typically at their lowest,” the Weather Channel reported.FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInTropical Depression Imelda soaks Texas with lots of rain Fullscreen Posted!A link has been posted to your Facebook feed. A woman gets into her car during a rain storm caused by Tropical Storm Imelda on Sept. 17, 2019, in Houston. Brett Coomer, Houston Chronicle via APFullscreenFelipe Morales works to get his truck out of a ditch filled with high water during heavy rain stemming from Tropical Storm Imelda on Sept. 17, 2019, in Houston. Brett Coomer, Houston Chronicle via APFullscreenJeremy Franklin, left, with Mitchell Historic Properties, unloads bags of sand at Texas Scuba Adventures, in Galveston, Texas as he and Chad Sterns prepare for possible flooding from Tropical Storm Imelda on Sept. 17, 2019. Jennifer Reynolds, The Galveston County Daily News via APFullscreenAngel Marshman wades through floodwaters from Tropical Depression Imelda after trying to start his flooded car on Sept. 18, 2019, in Galveston, Texas. David J. Phillip, APFullscreenA car passes a fallen tree on Sept. 18, 2019, in Houston, as heavy rain from Tropical Depression Imelda continues to fall. Yi-Chin Le
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