From July 9 to 12, 2020
On this Thursday, the transit of tropical wave # 18 will cause a reinforcement of rainy activity during the afternoon and night in the Central, South, Nicoya Peninsula and North Zone; in the other regions of the country the rains will be isolated. In the rest of the week, humid and unstable atmospheric conditions will predominate, which can generate the presence of cloudiness and precipitation, the strongest towards sectors of the Pacific in the afternoon periods.
Tropical wave # 19 has entered the Caribbean Sea, its possible entrance to Central America is during the Sunday afternoon, it should be noted that it moves in an unfavorable environment to generate significant rains.
Mornings: Variable cloudiness between partial and total. Possible rains in coastal sectors during the first hours.
Afternoons: The North Pacific, Central Valley and North Zone are forecast to be mostly cloudy with isolated showers and showers. In the Central and South Pacific, partial to total cloud cover is expected with rain and storm showers. The Caribbean will remain with partial cloudiness.
Nights: In the North Pacific and Central Valley it is predicted partially cloudy, possible rains in the first hours. The Central and South Pacific, partially cloudy with isolated showers and thunderstorms. In the Caribbean and the North Zone, partial cloudiness will remain with possible rains.
Temperature extremes in climatic regions of the country
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Weekly weather trend from July 13-19, 2020
The first days there is a high probability of precipitation in the evening periods in all the regions of the Pacific and Central Valley; in the middle of the week, a gradual increase in trade winds is expected, reducing the possibility of rain in the Central Valley and North Pacific. On the other hand, in the Caribbean and the North Zone, morning and night rains are possible.