Forecast suggests 2 hurricanes could be in the Gulf of Mexico at the same time next week

A runner is seen as Tropical Storm Isaias passes through the area on August 02, 2020 in Deerfield Beach, Florida.
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Not one, but two hurricanes could be in the Gulf of Mexico at once next week as 2020's historically busy season continues.

The National Hurricane Center's forecasting suggests that two hurricanes may both be in the Gulf of Mexico on Tuesday and could make landfall at roughly the same time, ABC News reports. Tropical Storm Laura was officially named on Friday, becoming the earliest L-named storm ever, per The Washington Post.

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