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Think it didn’t rain much yesterday? The rainy season has consolidated and intensified throughout the country at the end of May.

Take a look at the numbers provided by the IMN, the national weather service, for the different parts of the country in the 24-hour period

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Parrita broke a that goes back to 1941… it had the highest total, over 400 mm (25 mm = 1 inch).

Don’t see the Caribbean on the chart? No, it wasn’t forgotten. The Caribbean follows a different rainy season than the rest of the country.

According to the above, the beginning of the season showed a deficit bias in the Caribbean and Central Pacific region, and only the north of the country registered a slight surplus.

Although many on social networks took it as a slight, residents of the area consider themselves lucky for not getting the heavy rain.

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