A below-normal Atlantic Hurricane season with between three to six hurricanes is likely for 2015, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
The hurricane planes known affectionately as "Miss Piggy" and "Kermit" are getting new Rolls-Royce engines, new wings and better radar.
For the first time ever, Florida's hurricane insurance fund is entering a storm season with enough cash and assets on hand to pay off everything it could owe.
Hurricane season does not officially begin until June, but officials with Florida Power and Light are already busy preparing for the next big storm.
If tropical weather approaches the U.S. next year, coastal residents will see separate warnings about storm surge in addition to warnings about tropical storm- and hurricane-force winds.
Sunday marked the official close of the six-month Atlantic hurricane season, making it the ninth season without a major storm to hit Florida.