Four hurricanes in a diagonal line from Mexico to Maine, US.



  • Why are there four hurricanes in a diagonal line? There's one West of Mexico, hurricane Harvey, and two in the north Atlantic. I know it's hurricane season, but why are they in an almost line?



  • @Aaron86
    It happened by chance. The fact is that:
    "Harvey" is not hurricane any more (is downgraded to tropical depression),
    the barometric low over North Atlantic (east of Newfoundkand) is not Hurricane and
    the "newborn" Hurricane IRMA is not in line with HARVEY and LIDIA (trop. storm over Baja California).
    P.S. IRMA's position http://www.nhc.noaa.gov/?atlc
    LIDIA's position http://www.nhc.noaa.gov/?epac


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