Sunday 7 March 2021

Was It Hot Enough For You? Central Valley Sets March Record on Monday

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Though those living in the beach areas of Costa Rica are used to the hot, sticky weather, for us here in the Central Valley we prefer a more temperate climate.

However, Monday (25th) the thermometer hit 30 Celsius in morning hours and stayed there most of the day, the highest recorded temperature for March, according to the national weather service, the Instituto Meteriologico Nacional (IMN).

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Weather expert Eladio Solano explained that the temperatures in the Central Valley will be cooler for the rest of the week, in the 23C to 25C range.

At the beach, however, the forcast is hot and sunny.

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