Even though it had been relatively quiet until Humberto last week, I’m ready for this tropical storm season to be over. The latest thing has been called “tropical disturbance 50″ and the weather guys have been watching it for a couple of days. I look at a satellite picture of the gulf and it looks clear. The computer models see the next big threat: the convergence of the tail end of a cold front, tropical moisture, an upper level low and a partridge in a pear tree, all spelling trouble for someone on the gulf coast. The worst part is those models may be right, as something is starting to take shape off the southeast coast of Florida, near Miami. A low there may develop into a tropical depression in the eastern Gulf off the southwest Florida Peninsula within the next 24 hours. If it forms, it’s expected to drift west, and eventually to the north, strengthening as it goes. We won’t have a lot of time, with landfall projected between the mid Texas coast and southeast Louisiana either on Saturday or on Sunday. Stay tuned and check your supplies, just in case.