Not much reason for discussion other than there is a new tropical storm. Sean has developed from the low pressure system northeast of the Bahamas but posses little threat to land, even Bermuda.
The system has been nearly stationary since late last week. This is not to say there hasn't been some impacts to winds and seas along the southeastern United States. Gale force winds over the weekend have diminished somewhat but the swell and wind waves from the low are still a factor.
From the National Weather Service WaveWatch III model the image below shows the current conditions off the east coast of Florida.
Have said a lot for not much of an impact-full system, but it is an interesting late season anomaly.
On a different note, 2005 YU55 will pass very close to the Earth tonight. This asteroid will be within 201,000 miles of the planet and visible with the naked eye. A view through a telescope should be amazing.