In the western Gulf of Mexico, forecasters are keeping their eye on a group of thunderstorms which have a 60% chance of strengthening to become tropical storm Barry.
The National Hurrican Center has stated that the southern Bay of Campeche does not have well-defined circulation.
In a recent statement, a senior hurricane specialist wrote, "This system is expected to move slowly northwestward toward the northeastern coast of Mexico, and may become a tropical cyclone before it moves inland in a day or two."
But, that would only happen if the group of thunderstorms reaches a 39 miles per hour.
Although the possible tropical storm isn't routed for the sunshine state, keep it on your radar and prepare for hurricane season.