The months of September and October are the rainiest months of the rainy season. This year, it is expected that the rains will be far more intense than normal, mainly due to an above-normal Atlantic hurricane season.
For this, the Comisión Nacional de Emergencias (CNE) – National Emergency Commission – is called on the population to take the necessary precautions in the face of the risk of floods and landslides.
This week, according to the national weather service, the Instituto Meteorológico Nacional (IMN), will be a taste of what is to follow in the coming weeks, forecasting that “the climatic variability in the country in the next three months will be strongly modulated by La Niña, with a warm but close to normal condition in the Caribbean Sea, while rainy conditions above normal are expected in the Pacific Slope, Central Valley, and North Zone”.
Read more: https://qcostarica.com/heavier-than-normal-rains-expected-for-september-and-october/