The north Pacific Ocean pulled off an impressive feat with eight tropical cyclones spinning at one time Saturday, July 22, something that hasn’t been accomplished in more than four decades. In the central and eastern Pacific Ocean on Saturday were two named storms, Fernanda and Greg, along with Tropical Depression Nine-E and Tropical Depression

Ten-E. The two tropical depressions eventually went on to become Hilary and Irwin. Meanwhile, the western Pacific Ocean had Noru, Kulap, Roke and Tropical Depression Eight-W all spinning in parts of that basin. Tropical Depression Eight-W would later become Tropical Storm Sonca. Although it’s not unheard of to see multiple tropical cyclones at the same time, this is impressive on any scale. READ MORE