Tropical Storm Daniel, the fourth tropical storm this season in the Eastern Pacific is born with winds up to 45 MPH. Fortunately it does not pose any significant threat to land. Intensification should be gradual over the next few days, and a borderline hurricane is possible by tomorrow or Saturday. While there should be no hazardous land impacts, swimming off the Pacific Coast of Mexico could be risky with swells and rip currents.
There is another tropical disturbance closer to the Pacific Coast of Mexico but it is not a threat to develop.