Two hurricanes, one gulf

Break out the Sharpies! Two dangerous weather systems are headed toward the gulf coast, a double-whammy experts fear could stretch emergency resources to the limit during the pandemic. ABC 11 News:

If forecasts are correct, we could see something that has never happened before: two hurricanes in the Gulf of Mexico at the same time. We have seen two systems in the gulf before. There were two tropical storms in the Gulf of Mexico back in 1959, one named Beulah and the other an unnamed storm. And in 1933, a Hurricane and Tropical Storm both hit the U.S.

Assuming the weather systems mature into tropical storms, they'll be named Laura and Marco in order of doing so.