Ahh yes the fine art of beekeeping in Florida. Makes it very different than beekeeping almost any place else. Now you are not quite SoFla but you are central so rules are not that different. And while the flow is not as heavy it does exist. And in your case you can start catching the orange blossom. November through June is technically the citrus blossom flow. Note the season is dependent on the variety of citrus. Okay maybe there are no orange groves near you. That is okay. All those farmers up north are putting stuff up for winter. Down south they are getting everything in the ground. So watermelon, squash, strawberries, peppers, eggplant, and many others are going to start blooming soon if not already.
Also now a lot of the native plant life is going into bloom mode now. While it is not as heavy as a spring flow there is stuff out there. If your bees do well you can pull in December or January. Keep an eye on those bees. A late season freeze can be a bummer and change everything. But if there is no quick freeze you to can be sitting in shorts drinking frozen margaritas and pulling honey while your friends up north are shoveling snow.
Leave your supers on. Let them bring stuff in. If they are not dealing well you can feed them sugar water.