Thursday 16 September 2021

Costa Rica’s Weather Service Forecasts Onset of Dry Season Mid-November

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Irazú Volcano experience"hail" on Friday
Irazú Volcano experienced “hail” on Friday

The Instituto Meteorológico Nacional (IMN) – national weather service – is forecasting that the transition to the dry season will start by mi-November, with the rainy season completely behind us by the first week in December.

The change of season will vary from region to region, with Guanacaste being the first shed the rainy season, followed by the Central Valley and Central Pacific and the Pacific south by the the second weed in December.

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With coming of the dry season it also means the seasonal cold spell – last weeks of December to the first weeks of January – is headed out way.

However, up in the high top of the Irazú volcano, the average temperature Friday morning was 3.7 Celsius, with the colossus experience a “hail”.

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