Tropical Storm Sean

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The name Sean has been used for two tropical cyclones worldwide, one in the Atlantic Ocean and one in the Australian Region of the Pacific Ocean. In the Atlantic, the name replaced Stan, which was retired after the 2005 season.

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In the Australian region:

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