From Dec 08-11, 2022
This week the atmosphere will continue to stabilize in southern Central America, with a pattern of drizzles or light and scattered rains in the North Pacific and Central Valley. This is due to the increase in atmospheric pressure in the northern Caribbean Sea, which will be generating moderate trade winds with strong gusts in central and northern Costa Rica, in turn, could drag more moisture and cause occasional rains towards the Caribbean and the Northern Zone throughout the period of this forecast during the nights and mornings.
Mornings: ittle to partial cloudiness in the Pacific and Central Valley with some drizzle in the mountains and moderate/strong winds. Possible occasional rains in the Caribbean and North Zone.
Afternoons: Cloudiness varying from little to partial in the North Pacific and Central Valley with moderate winds. Possible scattered rains in the Caribbean and North Zone mountain ranges. Isolated rains and downpours in the Central and South Pacific.
Nights: Little to partial cloudiness in the Pacific and Central Valley with some drizzle in the mountains and moderate/strong winds. Possible scattered rains in the Caribbean and North Zone.
Temperature extremes in climatic regions of the country
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Outlook for the week of December 05 - 11, 2022
For this period, a more recurrent rain environment is expected in the Caribbean and Northern Zone. The North Pacific and Central Valley will have episodes of moderate trade winds with occasional strong gusts. The Central and South Pacific will have isolated afternoon rains.