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Tropical Storm Sean pulling away from Bermuda

Nov 11, 2011

Tags:Dr. Grey,Dr. Klotzbach,Earthquake,East Pacific,El Nino,Hurricane Irene,Hurricane Outlook,Hurricane Prediction,Hurricane Season 2011,Hurricane Season 2012,HUrricane Season Update,La Nina,Meteorology,Polar Vortex,Tropical,Tropics,Weather,Winter

Tropical Storm Sean grazed Bermuda but is now rapidly pulling away to the Northeast away from the island. The system with max sustained winds will likely encounter cooler waters and wind shear which will result in weakening. The storm will not likely be a threat to the US or Canada. Sean will most likely dissipate or be absorbed by a front well out at sea.

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11/8 Tropical Storm Sean

Nov 08, 2011

Tags:Dr. Grey,Dr. Klotzbach,Earthquake,East Pacific,El Nino,Hurricane Irene,Hurricane Outlook,Hurricane Prediction,Hurricane Season 2011,Hurricane Season 2012,HUrricane Season Update,La Nina,Meteorology,Polar Vortex,Tropical,Tropics,Weather,Winter

In another active season in terms of storm numbers, it is not surprising that November has yielded yet another system. In this case it is Sean which has transitioned from a subtropical cyclone to a tropical storm. In reality this classification is more academic than anything else, as the intensity has not changed, and a large area of tropical storm force winds still extends well north of the center. This system will likely remain in the Atlantic as it passes west of Bermuda than north and east out to sea. Only modest intensification if any is expected.

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