Today is the last official day of the 2015 Atlantic Hurricane Season, and Florida made it through another year without taking a direct hit.
In fact this was the 10th year in a row that Florida made it without a hurricane making landfall.
This is the longest stretch Florida has gone without a hurricane – the previous record was between 1980 and 1984.
The last hurricane to make landfall in Florida was Wilma on October 24th, 2005.
Since that time, the state has been hit by eight tropical storms.
This was a relatively slow season with 11 named storms and four hurricanes two of which were Category 3 or stronger.
An average season includes 12 named tropical storms and over 6 hurricanes.