Weather warnings

Jun

21

Weather Warning (Update)

Heavy downpours with a storm this afternoon and night

June 21, 2024
4:50 p.m.

Diagnosis: The predominance of high humidity and instability, as well as local factors, warm morning temperatures and the entry of sea breezes; add up on this Friday to the passage of tropical...

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Jun

21

Weather Warning

Heavy showers and thunderstorms this afternoon and evening

June 21, 2024.
10.25 a.m.

Discussion: High humidity and instability prevail over Costa Rica and its surroundings, as well as local factors, warm morning temperatures and the entry of sea breezes; the passage of tropical...

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Jun

20

Weather Warning (Update)

Heavy showers continue during the early hours of the night

June 20, 2024
5 p.m.

Discussion: Unstable conditions continue today in Costa Rica, different factors favor this pattern among them: high humidity content, the entry of sea breezes, high temperatures and areas of...

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Jun

20

Aviso Meteorológico

Aguaceros fuertes esta tarde en varias zonas del país

20 de junio de 2024
10:00 am

Diagnóstico: Condiciones inestables están presentes en la atmósfera sobre el país, esto debido al alto contenido de humedad, el ingreso de brisas marinas, temperaturas altas y áreas de...

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Jun

19

Weather Warning (Update)

Rainy activity this afternoon

June 19, 2024
6:20 p.m.

Diagnosis: Costa Rica continues to experience significant moisture input from the Pacific Ocean during the early hours of the day, which, combined with daytime warming and unstable conditions...

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Weather Warning-IMN-130524

May

13

Weather Warning

Variable rainy conditions during this Monday

May 13, 2024
09:20 a.m.

Diagnosis: The Intertropical Convergence Zone remains close to the country, generating humid and unstable conditions. In addition, local factors such as sea breezes and morning temperatures will cause rainy episodes this Monday. Cloudiness and rain are present from early hours of the day in regions of the Caribbean and the Northern Zone, which extend towards the East reaching sectors of the Central Valley. The highest accumulated amounts are recorded in the Northern Zone and Northern Caribbean with amounts ranging between 20 mm and up to 77 mm.

Forecast: For the remainder of the morning, rain and downpours with storms will continue in the Caribbean region and will extend towards the Northern Zone, the Central Valley and to a lesser extent towards Guanacaste, amounts between 10-50 mm, possibly higher accumulations. located.

In the afternoon, rains of varying intensity and thunderstorms are estimated in regions of the Pacific, amounts between 30-60 mm, while in the Central Valley, mountains of the Caribbean and the Northern Zone, reactivation of precipitation is anticipated, especially in the second part of the season. late, amounts between 10-30 mm. At night, localized rains and downpours are expected between the coastal Pacific only at the beginning of the period, while occasional rains are expected in the Caribbean and the Northern Zone during the course of the night.

Warning: Attention in sectors of the Central Pacific and South Pacific due to humid soils both in low areas and especially in mountainous areas. Special attention in urban areas of the Central Valley due to possible flooding due to sewage saturation. In addition, the rains are heavy in the Caribbean and Northern Zone can generate rapid growth of streams and rivers. Be attentive to the development of storm clouds which present their own and significant characteristics such as descending gusts, high precipitation intensity in short periods of time and electrical discharges.

Due to the above, the IMN recommends:

• Caution due to sewage saturation in places prone to this type of flooding.

• Prevention against electrical storms and seeking shelter in a safe place in case strong gusts of wind occur or are perceived near storm clouds, due to the possible fall of tree branches, power lines, among others. These gusts can reach 80 km/h in some isolated cases.

• Stay informed through social networks, Twitter: @IMNCR, Facebook: National Meteorological Institute CR and the WEB Page: www.imn.ac.cr

Rebeca Morera R

Meteorologist

DMSA-IMN