Wednesday, February 22, 2017
This Wednesday will continue the high temperatures in the country, situation that is presented by the low intensity of the trade winds and the little coverage of cloudiness. In addition, rainfall is maintained in the Central and South Pacific, as well as in the west and north of the Central Valley. The Caribbean and the North Zone will be predominantly with partial cloudiness.
This scientific document, produced by the Department of Climatology, provides information on the current and upcoming state of El Niño or La Niña events in a national context. This newsletter is published at the end or beginning of each month. Previous issues are also available.
A climate atlas presents, in a graphical form, a synthesis of the climate knowledge of a country or region. The atlas here presented describes the main climatological features of Costa Rica. It contains color maps of climatic elements such as temperature, precipitation and sunshine. The Climate Atlas of Costa Rica is a project that provides weather information of great importance.
Topic of the year 2015
Since 1961, the World Meteorological Day is celebrated on March 23, as a consideration of the contribution of the National Meteorological and Hydrological Services to the safety and welfare of society. Each event focuses on a topical issue; therefore, for this year 2016 the chosen slogan is "Hotter, drier and wetter. Face the future. "
San José, Wednesday, February 22, 2017
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