Most Hurricanes In Atlantic At Same Time

Four hurricanes occurred simultaneously on two occasions. The first occasion was Aug. 22, 1893. Storms were not named in the late 1800s. The second occurrence was Sept. 25, 1998, when Georges, Ivan, Jeanne and Karl persisted into Sept. 27. In 1971 there were five tropical systems in the Atlantic, but no more than two hurricanes and three tropical storms at the same time.

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