Weather warnings

Feb

26

Weather Warning

Strong wind gusts due to Cold Thrust #19

February 26, 2024
07:30 a.m.

Diagnosis: The displacement of cold surge # 19 (EF) over Central America and the Caribbean Sea is generating North/Northeast winds, with maximum gusts detailed below: North Pacific 76.8 km/h in...

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Feb

25

Weather Warning

Cold Surge #19 Influence

February 25, 2024
11.45 am

Diagnosis: The displacement of cold surge # 19 (CS) over Central America and the Caribbean Sea has been generating northerly winds since last night, with maximum gusts that vary depending on the...

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Feb

24

Weather Warning

Cold Surge #19 Influence

February 24, 2024
11.30 am

Diagnosis: The displacement of cold surge # 19 (CS) over Central America and the Caribbean Sea, will be generating a gradual increase in the speed of winds with a North/Northeast component...

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Feb

21

Weather Warning

Rains in the Caribbean due to Cold Surge #18

February 21, 2024
9:10 am

Diagnosis: Cold surge #18 and a high humidity content in the atmosphere maintain favorable conditions for the development of rains of varying intensity during the morning and afternoon of this...

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Feb

20

Weather Warning (Update)

Rainy conditions in the Caribbean due to Cold Surge #18

February 20, 2024
5:00 p.m.

Diagnosis: Cold Surge #18 and a high humidity content in the atmosphere maintain favorable conditions for the development of rains of varying intensity during the night of this Tuesday and during...

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Informative Weather Warning-IMN-181123-12:00 p.m.

Nov

18

Informative Meteorological Warning

Low pressure without cyclonic potential

November 18, 2023
12:00 p.m.

Diagnosis: This Saturday the low-pressure system showed less organization towards the northeastern outskirts of the Caribbean Sea, which is why the National Hurricane Center (NHC) completely dismissed it in its development.

 

Forecast: The low pressures typical of the Intertropical Convergence Zone remain, both in surrounding regions of the Caribbean Sea and the Pacific, this in the South of Central America, maintaining it active and with contribution of humidity from both sides. The Convergence Zone will gradually reduce its effects on the country between the weekend and the beginning of next week, but they will still continue with scattered variable rains on the Pacific slope (See Meteorological Warning of the day: Meteorological Warnings - IMN).

 

Due to the above, the IMN recommends:

- Be attentive to the issuance of weather warnings that are published in:

Twitter: @IMNCR

Facebook: National Meteorological Institute

WEBSITE: www.imn.ac.cr

 

Last information notice of the event

 

Jose Valverde Mora.

Meteorologist

DMSA-IMN