Saturday 18 September 2021

Downpours Expected Today. Don’t Forget The Rain Gear!

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San Jose traffic during downpours (and even without). Photo from Diario Extra.
File photo of San Jose traffic during downpours (and even without). From Diario Extra.

“El Veranillo de San Juan” will take a break today (and may for the coming day or two) as a Tropical Wave  (Onda Tropical in Spanish) is expected to drench the Central Valley and North Pacific coast this morning (Thursday).

The national weather service, the Instituto Meteorológico Nacional (IMN), says the phenomenon causes a decrease in the trade winds and sets conditions for downpours.

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“During the morning there will be windy conditions in the Caribbean and Northern Zone, in the afternoon there will rains and downpours (aguaceros) accompanied by storm conditions in the Pacific coast and Central Valley,” says the IMN in their weather notice.

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