In the course of our remarks today, we'll be making forward-looking statements regarding our financial outlook for 2012. There are a number of factors that could cause our actual results to differ materially from those that we'll discuss as our outlook and expectations today. For a more complete discussion of these factors, we refer you to the discussion of the risk factors in our Annual Report on Form 10-K for the period ended December 31, 2011. There is also helpful information related to the state and local economies contained in the appendix to today's presentation.Today, Sandy Callahan, TECO Energy's Chief Financial Officer, will cover our results. Also with us today to participate in answering your questions is John Ramil, our Chief Executive Officer. Now I'll turn it over to Sandy. Sandra W. Callahan Thank you, Mark. Good afternoon, everyone, and thank you for joining us this late in the day. As we've done in prior years, we're holding our first quarter call ahead of our shareholder meeting tomorrow. Today, I'll cover our first quarter results and business drivers, a Florida economic update and then our outlook for the remainder of this year. In the first quarter, net income was $50.5 million or $0.24 a share compared to $51.7 million or $0.24 in 2011. There were no non-GAAP charges or gains in either year. I'll briefly highlight the quarter's drivers that were covered on our earnings release. At Tampa Electric, we had a full 1% customer growth in the first quarter, and that's the highest we've seen since the first quarter of 2007. Tampa Electric's first quarter energy sales reflected an interesting weather mix. In the extremely mild winter of January and February, the heating degree days were half of what we would've expect to see in those months. Fortunately, March was unusually hot, and so cooling degree days were almost twice what we would normally see in March, although you're doubling a small number as it's not known as a month with much air-conditioning load. So overall, base revenues were up slightly from last year, when the weather was mild throughout the quarter, and with normal increase in depreciation expense, that resulted in net income at about last year's first quarter.