Hurricane season isn't over yet.
The National Hurricane Center is watching a disturbance out in the Atlantic for possible formation.
But Rodney Wynn, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service, urged people not to panic. The disturbance has a zero percent chance of forming over the next two days and only a 30 percent chance up to five days out.
"Over the next several days it's going to be in an unfavorable environment but they'll keep an eye on it," Wynn said. "But right now, it's pretty low chances of forming."
Wynn said even if the disturbance did become more organized and formed into something more, none of the projected models show any threat to Florida.
This disturbance in the Atlantic comes after a quiet few weeks in the oceans following what has been a tumultuous hurricane season. Just last month Hurricane Michael, one of the most catastrophic hurricanes in recorded U.S. history, slammed into the Panhanlde of Florida and ripped across the east coast.
Hurricane season began June 1 and runs through the end of November.
"We are getting close to the end of the year," Wynn said. "Hopefully it'll be a quiet November."