From October 21 to October 24, 2021
For this weekend, we will continue with the usual daily behavior of the rainy season, with hot mornings and rainy afternoons prevailing, with the rains spreading in the early hours of the night. The Intertropical Convergence Zone (ITCZ) will be located over southern Central America, intensifying rainfall along the Pacific Slope, regions where the largest accumulated rainfall is expected as of Friday. Tropical wave # 48 would be crossing the country towards Sunday or during the early hours of Monday.
Mornings: In general, partly cloudy skies in the country. Possibility of rain on the Pacific coasts and to a lesser extent on the Caribbean coast during the early morning.
Afternoons: Mostly cloudy in the national territory. Downpours with a thunderstorm in the Pacific Slope. Isolated rains of moderate intensity both for the Central Valley and for the North Zone and North Caribbean. Little rain on the coast of Limón.
Nights: Mostly cloudy with showers and isolated thunderstorms near the Pacific coast in the early hours; in addition to scattered rainfall in the Central Valley in places near the mountains of both the North Zone and the North Caribbean.
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Outlook from Oct 25 to Oct 31, 2021
This week we will have suitable conditions for heavy downpours in the country. The ITCZ will be very organized, causing the Pacific slope, the North Zone, the Central Valley and the Caribbean mountains to maintain recurrent rainfall both in the afternoons and at night.
J. D. NARANJO D./DMSA/IMN