Tropical Storm Sean, currently swirling in the central tropical Atlantic, has captured the attention of the National Hurricane Center as they issue advisories to monitor its progress.
Meanwhile, a potential weather disturbance named AL94 is brewing in the eastern tropical Atlantic.
Located several hundred miles southwest of the Cabo Verde Islands, this system is becoming more concentrated and organized, raising concerns about its development.
The environmental conditions are increasingly favorable for this disturbance to evolve into a tropical depression in the next couple of days.
As it moves westward or west-northwestward across the central and western tropical Atlantic, the chances of it reaching tropical depression status are high, with a 70 percent likelihood within 48 hours and a robust 90 percent probability within 7 days.
This situation warrants vigilant monitoring as it unfolds.
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