Jun 24, 2018
Tropical Storm Daniel is located around 545 miles to the southwest of the southern tip of Baja California and will continue to track northward during the next 12 hours. Daniel will likely begin its gradual decline overnight as the storm moves over increasingly cooler waters and into an environment with higher wind shear. Daniel is expected to remain well offshore of Mexico and not impact any land.
We are continuing to monitor an area of low pressure several hundred miles southwest of Zihuatanejo, Mexico. This low center may better organize into a tropical depression or storm over the next few days. This disturbance will continue to track westward away from Mexico and is not expected to impact any land.
Finally, a tropical wave located just to the west of Costa Rica and Nicaragua is just producing disorganized showers and thunderstorms. Over the next few days, this system may organize into a tropical depression or storm as it tracks westward away from the Mexican coast. It is also this tropical wave that catches up to the low center to its west and the two features will interact with one another to spur tropical development later this week.
By AccuWeather Senior Meteorologist Mike Leseney