Forecasters are monitoring a disturbance for potential development in the Atlantic Ocean.
We've told you how it's been a cooler-than-average summer.
Also below average is the 2013 Atlantic tropical season. 2013's Atlantic season marks the first time in 11 years that there's been no hurricane by August.
However, here in early September, forecasters are watching a developing system in the Caribbean.
As of 4am Monday Morning, it's not even a depression, but it is been classified as code orange by the National Hurricane Center, meaning it has a 30 to 50 chance of becoming a depression or storm within the next two days.
Currently, this tropical wave is expected to move to the west-northwest. News 4 will keep you informed on the latest developments of this storm.