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Re: Area of Interest - Subtropical Storm Sean
      Tue Nov 08 2011 09:12 AM

The gale southwest of Bermuda has developed some tropical characteristics and was classified as Subtropical Storm Sean. The center of Sean is currently stationary and consolidating about 425 miles southwest of Bermuda with good convection in the northern half of the cyclone. Sean remains in an area with no significant steering currents although a weak drift with a northerly component is likely later today. SSTs are close to 27C, so some slow additional development seems likely.

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