Ophelia is the 10th hurricane in a row. That hasn’t happened since 1893

Ophelia became a hurricane late Wednesday, the tenth named storm in a row to reach that status, tying a record set more than a century ago.

Located in the central Atlantic about 760 miles southwest of the Azores, the hurricane poses no threat to land and would probably be unremarkable if not for its place in the record books. The last time a season produced 10 consecutive hurricanes was in 1893, according to Colorado State University meteorologist Phil Klotzbach — a period when tracking hurricanes largely relied on ships and barometric readings.

Read more here: http://www.miamiherald.com/news/weather/hurricane/article178344886.html#storylink=cpy

Source: Ophelia is the 10th hurricane in a row. That hasn’t happened since 1893

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