The Costa Rica News (TCRN) – The recent clear morning skies with a slightly cool wind makes it easy to forget that there are still at least 15 days until the dry season.
According to weatherman Juan Diego Naranjo of the National Meteorological Institute (IMN) it is still likely to rain in early December, although less intense when compared to the months of October and November. It is a transition stage, says Naranjo, where the temperatures begin to drop slightly, and the rainfall occurs in the higher areas of the country.
With respect to the “north winds”, as they called it to grandparents, Naranjo mentioned that the strongest winds come from the Caribbean, but the cold breeze usually comes from northern countries, where it starts to cool a bit more.
He also clarified that December is the month when the winds begin to blow more strongly, but in January and February is when they take more force.
So despite the unseasonably nice weather, it’s in your best interest to still carry an umbrella , at least for a few more days.
The Costa Rica News (TCRN)
San Jose Costa Rica