Coat and umbrella or light clothing and hat? If you don’t know what to wear to go out this Sunday, here it is the weather report for the following hours in the Costa Rican city of Cartago.
The probability of precipitation for this Sunday in Cartago it is 59% during the day and 55% throughout the night.
Meanwhile, the cloud cover will be 56% during the day and 70% during the night.
As to temperature a maximum of 24 degrees and a minimum of 15 degrees are forecast in this Costa Rican region. Ultraviolet rays are expected to reach a level of up to 13.
While the gusts of wind will reach 32 kilometers per hour in the day and 18 kilometers per hour at night.
In the province of Carthage there are two climatic subregions identified by the National Meteorological Institute (IMN): the Caribbean Region and the Central Valley.
The Central Valley It covers the northwestern part of the province, where the city of Cartago is located, which in turn is divided into two main regions, the Eastern Central Valley and the Western Central Valley.
In the Eastern Central Valley the weather is affected by the conditions of the Pacific and the Caribbean, with equatorial and trade winds, with cloudiness and light rains, with average temperatures ranging from 10 to 20 degrees.
While in the Western Central Valley the climate depends on the altitude, since In the lower parts the climate is dry, in the middle parts it is temperate and in the upper parts it is cold and rainy.with average temperatures from 16 to 26 degrees.
In both valleys, the rains are present from April to November, with a slight decrease in June. December to March is the dry season.
The Caribbean Region comprises the eastern part of the department of Cartago and is characterized by being one of the wetter regions of the country, with constant rainfall and average temperatures ranging from 20 to 30 degrees.
How is the weather in Costa Rica?
Costa Ricabeing a country located between the Tropics of Cancer and Capricorn, is defined as a tropical area.
Nevertheless, The tropical climate in Costa Rican lands changes due to different factors such as the relief, that is, mountains, plains and plateaus; the isthmic condition; and the oceanic influence, such as winds or sea breezes, the temperature of sea currents and the general circulation of the atmosphere.
The IMN divides Costa Rica into two large climatic regions: the Pacific Regime and the Caribbean Regime.
The Caribbean Regime is characterized by having two periods of rain the first runs from May to August and the second from November to January. The rainiest month in this season is December, rainfall occurs more regularly in the morning and at night.
This area does not have a defined dry seasonbecause even in the less rainy months, the precipitation is considerable, which are February and March, as well as September and October.
For its part, the Pacific Regime has a defined dry and rainy season. The dry season begins in December and ends in March, while the rains fall between May and October. Rainfall is present regularly in the afternoons and at nights.