High Temperatures and Humidity Continue to Bake Costa Rica

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    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) – From Carthage, to Coronado, to Puntarenas and San José. Social network users are complaining about the heat that was felt in almost all of Costa Rica on Monday, a day that was accompanied by showers during the afternoon.

    According to Daniel Pennyroyal (IMN) National Meteorological Institute of the Central Valley reached up to 32C all day and there was considerable moisture.

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    In San José the temperature was 28C, while in Alajuela was 32C.

    The afternoon rain made the situation worse, so much so that in several areas of the capital were power cuts.

    April is the hottest month in the Central Valley, according Pennyroyal, and the Pacific coastal areas are March and April. However, it has not been reported to date record temperatures, although the IMN warns of intense solar radiation these days.

    Heavy showers are expected around the country, but only in isolated areas. It is not yet time for the rainy season transition, said Pennyroyal.

    Circumstances vary thoughout the week as the wind speed increases due to a phenomenon of high pressure coming from the Gulf of Mexico.

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN)

    San Jose, Costa Rica

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