Pictured – Irma, Jose and Katia: THREE hurricanes in the Atlantic for the first time in seven years look stunning from space… as they deal devastating blow at ground-level

Thursday, September 7, 2017
By Paul Martin

Tropical storm Katia strengthened into a hurricane off Mexico on Wednesday
Hurricane Katia is 185 miles east of Tampico, Mexico in the Gulf of Mexico
It is packing maximum sustained winds of 75 miles per hour
News came minutes after the National Hurricane Center revealed Tropical Storm Jose had formed into a hurricane in the open Atlantic
Both hurricanes formed after Hurricane Irma – the deadly category 5 storm
It s the first time since 2010 that three hurricanes have formed in the Atlantic

EMILY CRANE
DAILYMAIL.COM
7 September 2017

ropical storm Katia strengthened into a hurricane off the Mexican coast on Wednesday – marking the first time since 2010 there has been a trio of hurricanes around the Atlantic region at the same time.

Hurricane Katia is 185 miles east of Tampico, Mexico in the Gulf of Mexico. It is packing maximum sustained winds of 75 miles per hour, according to the US National Hurricane Center.

The three storms looked almost beautiful when photographed from space, but the images contrasted terribly with scenes of chaos on the ground.

Some additional strengthening is forecast during the next 48 hours and it is expected to reach the coastline of oil-producing Veracruz state sometime between Friday and Saturday.

Models so far show it remaining in the southern Gulf in coming days.

The announcement of Hurricane Katia came minutes after the National Hurricane Center revealed Tropical Storm Jose had formed into a category 1 hurricane in the open Atlantic.

Both hurricanes formed after Hurricane Irma – a deadly category 5 storm that has become the strongest ever recorded in the Atlantic.

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