It could be a weather double whammy.
Two tropical storms forming in the Gulf Coast could slam parts of the southern US and Texas at the same time next week in what weather experts say could be a first occurrence in more than a century.
One of the systems, Tropical Storm Laura, is currently moving through the Caribbean while Tropical Storm Marco is edging into the Gulf Coast, according to the National Hurricane Center.
If both storms survive the weekend, Laura could slam the central Gulf Coast near Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama and Florida on Wednesday, according to predictions. Marco is headed toward Texas where it is expected to make landfall as a tropical storm.
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