Low-Pressure System Will Continue To Bring Rains

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Some parts of the Caribbean recorded the fall of 100 liters of rain per square meter. These conditions will continue in the coming hours.

From the early hours of Monday the rains are present in most of the country.

According to the National Meteorological Institute (IMN) these conditions are caused by a low pressure system.

This atmospheric phenomenon moves from east to west and could affect Tuesday.

According to reports in sections of Guápiles was the fall of 100 liters water per square meter in the last 10 hours, just over 70 liters in areas Guácimo.

For forecasts on the National Emergency Commission is taking three actions, maintaining constant communication with the IMN, already alerted the local committees, about 280 checkpoints are activated in different rivers.

Authorities get ready to face at least nine tropical storms in the next five months and six possible hurricanes.

That although this is expected to be a rainy season deficit.

This was confirmed this morning officials Meteorological Institute and the Red Cross.

Representatives of these two institutions and others related to emergency care, met last Friday to discuss how to reduce the impact of these phenomena.

It is expected that the coming months are very hot and electrical activity continues to increase, but the rains did not generate as much damage as in previous years.

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