There are five named storms churning in the Atlantic, just the second time that’s ever happened

This satellite image provided by the NOAA shows five tropical cyclones churning in the Atlantic basin on Monday, Sept. 14. The storms, from left, are Hurricane Sally over the Gulf of Mexico, Hurricane Paulette over Bermuda, the remnants of Tropical Storm Rene, and Tropical Storms Teddy and Vicky. (AP)