Yesterday was the first time Atlantic and Pacific hurricanes have made landfall on the same day. Here is an super picture of both Felix and Henriette by
NASA (high resolution pix here):
Can only hope and pray that damage from these massive storms is minimal.
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Fascinating coincidence. Despite all that commentary and coverage about Felix and the hurricane/climate change debate the past week, this is the first time I’ve seen someone point out the dueling landfalls on the same day (albeit on opposite sides of Central America)
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