Weekly outlook

From June 10 to 16, 2024

 

General Review

Factors such as atmospheric instability related to the Intertropical Convergence Zone and the passage of tropical waves together with a high humidity content anticipate a rainy week, especially starting on Thursday and towards the weekend. Rain is more likely to occur during the afternoons and evenings. Precipitation events may occur in the Pacific, Central Valley, Northern Zone and mountains of the Caribbean. Intense precipitation events are not ruled out, especially in sectors of the Pacific.

Regarding tropical waves, tropical wave (OT) No. 8 is expected to enter the national territory next Wednesday. OT #9 could enter between Thursday night and Friday. Finally, OT #10 could enter the country over the weekend. These systems will be able to reinforce rainfall in the country.


Forecast

Mornings: In general, between light cloudiness and partial cloudiness. Greater cloudiness and possibility of rain in coastal sectors of the Pacific in the first hours.

Afternoons: In general, partial to total cloudiness. Rains of varying intensity both in sectors of the Pacific, Central Valley, Northern Zone and mountains of the Caribbean. Showers with the possibility of a thunderstorm are more likely in sectors of the Pacific and the mountains.

Nights: In general, partial to total cloudiness. Possibility of rain of varying intensity during the first hours of the night in sectors of the Pacific, Central Valley, Northern Zone and mountains of the Caribbean. Fog banks in mountainous sectors and in the Central Valley.


Temperature extremes in climatic regions of the country

REGION

TEMP MAX °C

TEMP MIN °C

Central Valley 30 12
North Pacific 34 20
Central Pacific 32 14
South Pacífic 34 16
Caribe 34 15
North Zone

35

17

 

 

PSOLANO/DMSA/IMN