Right on cue, we have 93L of the Florida coast. Nothing too much to worry about in the long term, but just a taste of what I believe will be a high impact hurricane season. See my 2011 Atlantic Hurricane Season thoughts/ideas here. What I feel like is our first legitimate threat of tropical cyclone development (first named storm?), will be in the Caribbean this weekend/early next week. It will definitely be somethings to watch, as the model are hinting at northerly to northeaterly movement towards the general vicinity of extreme SE Florida, Cuba, and the Bahamas. It's still pretty far out, but it's something to watch for sure. I'll leave you a few hurricane trailers to get you ready since the season is now here!