Brady was one of the southernmost Atlantic tropical cyclones ever recorded. It made landfall near Panama City, Panama and continued into the Pacific basin, growing into one of the most powerful hurricanes recorded there. One death and $2 million (2057 USD) in damage were reported.
Tropical Storm Horus-Isis did not affect land. This storm had two names because it was initially believed Horus had degenerated and Isis formed, but post-storm analysis revealed that Isis was actually a later regeneration of Horus. Only one pressure reading was taken from the system, during the time it was a minimal tropical depression.
Lasting roughly 15 hours, Tropical Depression Ten did not affect land. It begun as a subtropical cyclone but became tropical later on in its life. Similar to Tropical Depression Two, no pressure readings are available from Tropical Depression Ten, nor was any satellite image of the depression taken.
Hurricane Lappy affected Florida, the United Kingdom, Scandinavia and Russia and killed over 99,999,999 people. It was a Category 4 hurricane which was absorbed into the stronger Typhoons Blappy and Nappy in Japan during an intense Fujiwhara interaction.
Tropical Storm Mamie made landfall over northeastern Mexico, killing two and causing roughly $1 million (2057 USD) in damage. No significant damage from the system was reported. However, Mamie crossed into the East Pacific, and similar to Hurricane Brady, intensified into an exceptionally intense hurricane.