From November 28th to December 1st, 2019

-Update-


 

General Review

During this Thursday and Friday there is an increase in humidity in the south of Central America, due to the passage of the tropical wave # 53 and the increase in the intensity of the generating trade winds due to the entry of a cold push # 6 to the Caribbean Sea. These conditions occasionally causing rainy conditions in both the Caribbean and the North Zone these days.

As of Saturday, rainfall in these regions decreased, with occasional rains throughout the day. On the other hand, in the Pacific Slope and the Central Valley the warm and dry conditions will return again.


Forecast

Mornings: In the Caribbean and the North Zone, mostly cloudy with rains this Friday and occasionally starting on Saturday. In the North Pacific and Central Valley, windy with drizzle in the mountain ranges on Friday and Saturday. Central and South Pacific with little to cloudy skies.

Afternoons: This Thursday and Friday, mostly cloudy with showers between weak and moderate intensity in the North Zone and the Caribbean; In addition to variable cloudiness in the Central Valley. In the regions of the Pacific slope, cloudy skies and possible downpours between Thursday and Friday in the Central Pacific and the South Pacific.

Nights: In the North and Caribbean Zone, variable cloudiness from total to partial with occasional rains. In the Central Valley with occasional drizzles in the mountain ranges and windy between Thursday and Friday. North Pacific, windy with drizzles in the mountain ranges, in low parts clear. Central and South Pacific with little to cloudy skies.


Temperature extremes in climatic regions of the country

REGION

TEMP MAX °C

TEMP MIN °C

Central Valley 28 14
North Pacific 33 18
Central Pacific 32

16

South Pacific 32 8
Caribbean 29 18
North Zone 29 18

 


Weekly weather trend from December 2nd to December 8th, 2019

For this week, the Trade Winds will be perceived moderate to strong in the Caribbean Sea basin during the first half of it; henceforth they tend to decrease, therefore, the possibility of rains near the Caribbean coast will be lower and also the possibility of rains for the Pacific would increase, in the second half of the week.

JDNARANJO/DMSA/IMN