For roughly six hours, Tropical Storm Hanna was just off the coast of Honduras and Nicaragua.
It moved inland Monday and was quickly downgraded to a depression. Another wave in the Atlantic just east of the Lesser Antilles is being given a 30 percent chance for development in the next five days.
But with the upper pattern over the U.S. and a series of cold fronts, our season is done.
However, history says we can still see activity. On this day back in 1985, Hurricane Juan struck the LA coast for the first time. Called the "pretzel storm" it did a double loop and made 2 separate landfalls in LA.