Saturday, June 24, 2017
This Saturday will be presenting what is known as the Veranillo de San Juan, which is defined as a reduction of rainfall that usually manifests mainly in the Central Valley and the North Pacific of our territory. So, is anticipated a pattern of few rains in general terms in most of the national territory; which is due to a tendency for the atmosphere to maintain conditions that are mostly dry. However, towards the evening period, the rains will be manifesting in the mountainous sectors of the Central and South Pacific, the Caribbean and the Northern Zone. Finally during the night, conditions will prevail partially cloudy in most of the national territory.
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