For the first time in more than a decade, two Category 5 hurricanes were raging at the same time.
The last time Earth fed two tropical beasts at this level and at the same time was in 2005.
The two main hurricanes are located on either side of the Pacific, Hurricane Walaka in the northeast and Super Typhoon Kong Rey in the west.
On Tuesday, both weather systems had maximum sustained winds of 157 mph or more.
Since yesterday, Walaka has been downgraded to a category 4 hurricane.
The weather system currently contains maximum sustained winds of 130 mph with higher gusts and is moving north at 13 mph.
The storm center is currently located 100 miles northwest of Johnston Atoll, an unincorporated territory of the United States, and 465 miles southwest of French Frigate Shoals at Papahanaumokuakea.
A hurricane warning is in effect for Johnston Atoll and for Papahanaumokuakea from French Frigate Shoals at Maro Reef and a tropical storm warning is in effect for Papahanaumokuakea from Nihoa at French Frigate Shoals.
According to the Central Pacific Hurricane Center, the storm is expected to pass between French Frigate Shoals and Gardner Pinnacles on Wednesday evening.
Super Typhoon Kong Rey
Kong Rey was also demoted from a Category 5 hurricane on Tuesday.
The hazardous weather system is currently the equivalent of a Category 3 hurricane but has wind gusts greater than 100 mph.
Based in the Pacific, it is closer to Japan and South Korea.
Kong Rey arrives just in the wake of deadly Typhoon Trami, and Japan is now facing yet another life-threatening storm.
According to AccuWeather, Miyako and Okinawa are expected to face the worst impacts of Kong-Rey, including destructive winds and torrential rains.
Sergio is expected to strengthen rapidly over the next 24 to 48 hours after it became a major hurricane on Tuesday.
The monstrous storm currently has maximum sustained winds of 125 mph, making it a major Category 3 hurricane on the Saffir Simpson wind scale.
And forecast models show the massive weather system will become Category 4 before the end of the week.
The spaghetti models show that the hurricane is moving in a northwest direction at 10 mph and is located approximately 845 miles southwest of the southern tip of Baja California, Mexico.
Leslie is located just over the central Atlantic Ocean and poses no threat to land for at least next week.
The weather system turned into a Category 1 hurricane early Wednesday morning and has maximum sustained winds of 80 mph.
Currently located approximately 510 miles east-southeast of Bermuda, the hurricane’s current movement is stationary.
AccuWeather senior meteorologist Alex Sosnowski said: “The storm will remain a storm center and is a concern for shipping routes through the region.
“The large swells generated by Leslie past, present and future will continue to bring strong waves to the islands of Bermuda and the Azores.”