Good news: There is currently a weather mass off the coast of Florida called Subtropical Storm Otto. That has to be some kind of sign, right?
Bad news: Otto is being referred to as "an area of low pressure."
Good news: Subtropical systems are storm systems that form over warm oceans. So you could say this is a storm that's just beginning to heat up. Metaphor much?
Bad news: The storm is "not expected to threaten South Florida." Oh.
Good news: Otto could transition to a tropical storm by Thursday morning and then become a hurricane by Thursday night. As Saturday approaches, he's only getting stronger.
Bad news: Otto will continue to move to the north and then northeast. He's already heading back north before Saturday gets here.
By the way, it's no coincidence that Otto is heavily-orange, right? I know that has nothing to do with heat signatures and everything to do with random chance. Obviously.