Low Pressure System Brings Rains Over Weekend


This Friday, many people drew coat and umbrella because in almost all the national territory, there was a large cloud cover and occasional rain.

Rainfall is the result of a low pressure system located north of Panama and the positioning of the Intertropical Confluence Zone of Costa Rica.

Forecasters predict that these conditions are maintained throughout the weekend.

You better keep your umbrella because rain could increase Sunday afternoon, but with a very low chance of thunderstorms.

In the Central Valley and the North Pacific is expected to be intermittent activity and less intense in the Caribbean.

For Central and South Pacific is expected the presence of rain and showers accompanied by thunderstorms.

Experts recommend caution, especially people living near rivers in the Pacific slope, since the intensity of rainfall may cause increased flows.

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