Invest 91L is currently on land in Belize. However the temperatures in the gulf of mexico are fairly warm and it leads to the possibility of further development when the storm comes back over water. However the one hindrance that it will have is the factor that on the Western Side there is drier air that it will have to come up against, which gives reason for why all the computer models (including the most aggressive Canadian Model) forecast this storm to have a greater effect precipitation wise on the eastern side of the storm while proving fairly dry and quiet on the western side as it will make its way towards Texas through Tuesday. I don’t see this getting as strong as what the Canadian model makes this storm out to get, and that is up to the next tropical storm of the season. But I do think it has potential to make it to a weak tropical depression. Nonetheless the greatest impacts of this storm will be the rain and thunderstorms it will bring to areas of Texas and in the south who do not need any more rain whatsoever.
I will keep you updated on this and will likely have one tomorrow night pending how the tropical wave ends up.