The hurricane-turned-tropical-storm that swept the Eastern seaboard over Labor Day Weekend? Well, meet his younger – but possibly bigger – brother, Igor. While Earl reached up to a category 4 level as he traveled over the Atlantic, Igor may reach as high as a category 5! Hurricane Igor is the fourth hurricane of the 2010 Atlantic Hurricane season, and is making his way westward across the Atlantic Ocean. Not far behind Igor is Hurricane Julia, the fifth hurricane and tenth storm to be named in the 2010 season. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association’s (NOAA) Hurricane Center shows the location of each storm on this cyclone activity map.