The formations are Hurricane Paulette, Hurricane Sally, Tropical Storms Teddy and Vicky, and Tropical Depression René. The last time a similar event occurred was in 1971
| 09/16/2020 | ionicons-v5-c10: 54 | – Elizabeth Cruz |
On Monday, news surprised humanity after at least five tropical cyclones were recorded in the Gulf of mexico.
They are about Paulette, the hurricane Sally, tropical storms Teddy and Vicky and tropical depression René, although the latter dissipated.
The meteorology specialist Eduardo Diaz Mijares, explained that the Gulf of mexico having very warm water is a starting point for the formation of hurricanes.
Although there are only four active phenomena, they can change their size and direction as in the case of Teddy
Díaz Mijares, reported that these phenomena will not set foot on Mexican territory.
This is the second time in 49 years that they have been recorded in the Ocean Atlantic five hurricanes and active tropical storms.
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