Not sure I'd put much stock in those objective aids, at least not SHIPS. Anything west of about 97 W is over Mexico...where anything tropical certainly isn't going to develop! Wouldn't say development is out of the question over water, but I can tell you it won't happen over Mexico, haha.
92L is looking a bit more ragged today, which isn't altogether unsurprising. The area of 93L is broad and extends down into the Pacific...were it not for Mexico, we might have something. As it is, probably a collection of daytime convection moving into shore and weakening through the day & into the night is all we'll get. Worth watching, though.
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