Friday 8 December 2023

Dry Air Mass Brings Hot Days All Week

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A dry air mass will mean hot and sunny days this week, great for pre-Christmas vacationing at the beach.

The metereologist says that temperatures will be above normal this week, skies will be clear and the sun will be beading down. Today, Tuesday, is expected to be hottest day of the week, with temperatures a few degrees above normal.

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Staring tomorrow, the IMN (Instituto Meteorológico Nacional) – national weather service – is predicing a rise in winds and cooler weather by the weekend.

The forecast includes even some rain in the San José area for Saturday and Sunday.

However, don’t be fooled by the hot sunny days, the temperatures will dip down to normal cool conditions in the evenings. Have a sweater handy.

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