You had storm track enabled in your link (click on icon top left corner) Clicking on that track brings up info in a pop up box. First time I have heard it called Invest 91E. I wonder why the NHC is not referring to it by that name?
In that pop up box it gives the km/h (kilometers per hour) which says 45. How can it have winds of 45 km/hr and not be spinning?
Also in that pop up box, lower right corner is "info". Click on that and you get the latest info from the National Hurricane Center and Central Pacific Hurricane Center which is where I usually go for info. https://www.nhc.noaa.gov/
At the top of that page is a tab marked Eastern Pacific, it will take you to a 2-Day Graphical Tropical Weather Outlook. At the bottom of that image is a link to a 5-Day Graphical Tropical Weather Outlook which gives an cone of where it may go, which is duplicated on the Zoom link you sent.
I would say that of all the programs showing information this one is the most connected to the National Hurricane Center data, and doesn't venture into predictions beyond what they say.
But as you say, still not spinning.
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