As we enter the core of the hurricanes session, two tropical cyclones are seen on the United States mainland. Both are prepared to landfall early the next week, probably on the same day.
Probably this is the first time that two hurricanes will occur at the same time in the Gulf of Mexico, and this could happen on Monday or Tuesday with a huge storm.
The name of the first storm is a tropical storm, Laura. National Hurricane Center gave an advisory that, on Friday 11 pm, Laura had reached the maximum wind speed of 45 mph which was about 195 miles east-southeast of San Juan, Puerto Rico.
Tropical storm warnings placed for Turks, Southeastern Bahamas, and Puerto Rico, Caicos Islands, Virgin Islands, and few parts of Haiti.
On Friday night Laura was predicted to come near or over areas of the Northern Leeward, according to the hurricane center. Depending on the present forecast track Laura will approach on Monday as a powerful tropical storm in south Florida.
The second tropical storm Marco strengthened on late Friday. Hurricane center also said that in last night maximum sustained wind was 40mph and was nearly 180 miles southeast of Cozumel Mexico. This hurricane will enter the Gulf of Mexico on Monday and turn into 1 Hurricane.