So we have a mid level feature that looks to me like it's forming a surface reflection. Worth watching and if it remains nestled in the little pocket of low shear, it may have a chance to organize with a little help from the outflow channels that shoot off to the north and east.
Right now I'd give it a 33% chance to develop into a Tropical Depression in the next 48 hours. The odds are still against it, at least from using Mark I Eyeball analysis of the sat pics. But it's certainly not zero. (and I would argue it has more organization than Alberto did in the formative stages.)
Nothing else really jumping out in the near term
27N 73W is what I'm eyeballing
-------------------- M. S. Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, Georgia Tech - May 2019.
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