This time she's Ophelia, a Category 3 who's sideswiping the Azores. This is probably the first time since the Eemian period that a Cat-3 hit the Azores.
|Category 3 Hurricane Ophelia.|
Let's see: there's Harvey (Cat 4), Irma (Cat 5), Jose (Cat 4), Maria (Cat 5), Lee (Cat 3), and Ophelia (Cat 3).
From the Wikipedia:
... as of October 2017, six major hurricanes, the highest number since 2005, the highest total accumulated cyclone energy (ACE) since then, and being tied with 1878, 1886, and 1893 for having the greatest number of consecutive hurricanes—[ten—] with Franklin through Ophelia all reaching winds of at least 75 mph (120 km/h). In addition, it has thus far been a very destructive season and likely the costliest on record, with a preliminary total of over $186.8 billion (USD) in damages, nearly all of which was due to three of the major hurricanes of the season—Harvey, Irma, and Maria. The season is also one of only six years to feature multiple Category 5 hurricanes. Irma's landfall on Barbuda and Maria's landfall on Dominica make 2017 the second season on record (after 2007) to feature two hurricanes making landfall at Category 5 intensity. In addition, Irma was the strongest hurricane ever recorded to form in the Atlantic Ocean outside of the Gulf of Mexico and Caribbean Sea. This season is the only season on record in which three hurricanes each had an ACE of over 40: Irma, Jose, and Maria.
 Ops, NHC Atlantic (2017-09-05). "#Irma is the strongest #hurricane in the Atlantic basin outside of the Caribbean Sea & Gulf of Mexico in NHC records". @NHC_Atlantic. Retrieved 2017-09-05.
Three records ties, three broken, the highest accumulated cyclone energy. And Global Warming is supposed to be a myth! And it really looks like the worst case climate change so far is that in the observed data and informational records... except for surface temperatures!
ON EDIT 10-15-2017: Ophelia has since weakened to a Category 1 Hurricane and is expected to hit Ireland at that strength. Of course, it's not like this hasn't happened before, but still...