Here we go again.
Wilma has become the Atlantic season's 12th hurricane, only the second time that has happened since record-keeping began more than 150 years ago.
It's barely a Category One storm right now, with sustained winds of 75 miles-per-hour. But the National Hurricane Center says Wilma will keep getting stronger, and will become a major hurricane in the next day or two.
It's sitting about 195 miles south-southeast of Grand Cayman and moving northwest.
Forecasters had earlier said they expect it to make a big shift toward the Gulf of Mexico, possibly impacting Florida by the weekend.