There is a high probability (70%) that Invest 94 may very well become Tropical Storm Beryl in the next 48 hours, per the National Hurricane Center. Defined showers and thunderstorms are evident in satellite imagery, yet a lacking well-defined circulation area keeps this system an invest.
Tracks for this system are pretty hard to see, but the majority of them do appear to make landfall in the Southwest. Because of this disorganized chaos, I am hesitant to call for a landfalling system. However, I can see enough colors in the picture so that it does appear likely that invest 94 will make landfall in the Southeast.
The models are not agreeing with the NHC idea that Invest 94 will become Beryl anytime soon. In the next 2 days, many models actually drop off in strength, which may be due to their ideas of landfall. The more interesting proposal for strengthening does occur around 5 days out, with the majority of models moving towards Tropical Storm strength at that point in time.