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Tropical Storm Sean Churns Western Atlantic November 11, 2011
CIMSS Satellite Loop
Tropical Storm Sean can be seen swirling between the Bahamas and Bermuda on Wednesday.
Late-season Tropical Storm Sean formed from an area of disturbed weather to the northeast of Bermuda on Monday.

It was predicted to attain Category 1 hurricane force late in the week, but increasing wind sheer to the west of Bermuda prevented winds from increasing more than 65 mph.

Residents in Bermuda and along the U.S. eastern seaboard were warned of the danger from high surf generated by Sean’s passage.

The storm was predicted to lose force over the cooler waters of the North Atlantic late in the week, without having any significant affect on land areas.

Tropical Storm Sean Track

Satellite Loop Data: CIMSS