In a post yesterday evening, I commented on a tropical disturbance that had flared up over parts of Central America & southeast Mexico.
As of midday today the system continues to slowly try to get organized (as noted by the white circled area on the above satellite image). It continues to drift very slowly toward the West/Northwest.
The National Hurricane Center (NHC) plans to send a "Hurricane Hunter" aircraft into this system later this afternoon to investigate and see if the system has developed any organized circulation or low pressure center.
Computer forecast models continue to develop the system over the next few days, and keep it on a general West/Northwestward track:
We'll provide more updated information later today as data flows in from the NHC aircraft.