Tropical Depression Sean fizzling out while another system is likely to develop this week


ORLANDO, Fla. — Meteorologist George Waldenberger said while the fall weather has settled in, it’s still hurricane season.



The distant Tropical Depression Sean seems to be on its last legs.

Meanwhile, the disturbance behind it still has a good shot of developing into the next organized system, potentially impacting some of the Caribbean islands by the end of the week.

Next name is Tammy.

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Tropical Depression Sean is forecast to continue to weaken and fizzle out, while Channel 9 meteorologists have their eyes on another system set to develop this week.

Channel 9 meteorologist Kassandra Crimi said there’s a high chance that Invest 94L will develop into a tropical system this week. When it does, it would get the name Tammy.

Crimi said Invest 94L will move slowly across the Atlantic, but some models indicate there could be some impacts near the Caribbean by the end of next weekend.

Read: Fall front moving through Central Florida; see when the lowest temps will arrive

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Sarah Wilson

Sarah Wilson, WFTV.com

Sarah Wilson joined WFTV Channel 9 in 2018 as a digital producer after working as an award-winning newspaper reporter for nearly a decade in various communities across Central Florida.

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