From June 22th to 25th, 2017
Rainy conditions are expected on Thursday and Friday in the Pacific, Central Valley, North Zone and mountains of the Caribbean; which are due to different factors, such as the tropical wave transit # 15 (Thursday), as well as the proximity of the Intertropical Convergence Zone, the warm morning temperatures and the high humidity content in the atmosphere.
For the weekend there will be an increase in winds in the central and northern part of Guanacaste, particularly on Saturday in the Central Valley, so it is anticipated that the rains will be very isolated or nonexistent in these regions, while in the rest of the country itself rainy season pattern is expected.
Mornings: Partial to total variable cloudiness, especially in the coastal areas of the Caribbean where there is possibility of rainfall in the first hours.
Afternoons: In the North Pacific it is mostly cloudy with light showers and thunderstorms. The weekend is expected moderate winds low possibility of rain. In the Central and South Pacific it will be mostly cloudy with rains and thunderstorms. In the Central Valley cloudiness of partial to total rains of variable intensity and possible thunderstorm is expected, the weekend a more isolated behavior in the precipitations, especially on Saturday. In the Caribbean and North Zone partially cloudy with rains in the mountainous parts.
Nights: Partial to total cloudiness with rain and isolated electrical storm in the Pacific, mainly in the central and southern parts. In Guanacaste during the weekend partly cloudy, moderate wind gusts. Partly cloudy in the Central Valley. Occasional showers in the early hours of Thursday and Friday. In the Caribbean and the North Zone, partly cloudy with possible rains in the mountains.
Temperature extremes in climatic regions of the country
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Weather Trend for the week of June 26th to July 2nd, 2017 :
For this period, it is estimated that rainy conditions persist in the country, especially during the afternoons and evenings in the Pacific, Central Valley, North Zone and Caribbean mountains. This is the result of the influence and proximity of the Intertropical Convergence Zone.