Only four named storms have developed.
Scientists are scratching their heads and double checking their math now that the hurricane season has only produced four named storms and no hurricanes:
"I don't think anyone's wrong yet, because we haven't really entered the strongest phase of the hurricane season yet."
Len Pietrafesa with Coastal Carolina University says it looks like no hurricanes will hit the Gulf Coast.
"It's either going to get awfully busy, awfully soon or there are a number of organizations that are all going to be looking at how they do what they do and asking, 'where did we go wrong?'"
Typically there are on average six hurricanes during the Atlantic hurricane season.
The peak season runs until about mid-September. Over the past 60 years, there have been an average of about six hurricane annually.