Three Category 4 hurricanes cross the Pacific at the same time
This is an unusual image. A coincidence like this had not seen before: Three hurricane category four move at the same time in the Pacific. Kilo, Ignacio and Jimena cross the Pacific Ocean in a wonderful image that has captured the NASA.
Kilo Hurricane, about 1,500 kilometers southeast of the Hawaiian islands, according to data from the US weather agency NOAA.
Ignacio occupies the central position and is located about 650 kilometers south of Hilo on Hawaii. In this case, its winds exceed 225 mph and the minimum central pressure is 948 millibars, reports AccuWeather.com.
Further west lies Jimena, about 2,500 km southwest of Hawaii this August 31. Its winds reach 210 kilometers per hour, and the internal pressure is 949 millibars. The forecast is that Ignacio approaches Hawaii this week causing high waves and rain.