Weather in San José: what will be the maximum and minimum temperature this May 14

Weather in San José: what will be the maximum and minimum temperature this May 14
Weather in San José: what will be the maximum and minimum temperature this May 14

Temperature, probability of rain, cloudiness and ultraviolet rays are some of the data you should know before leaving home. (Infobae/Jovani Pérez)

Before leaving home, know weather forecast in San José for the next few hours this Tuesday.

The probability of precipitation For this Tuesday in San José it is 98% during the day and 25% at night.

Meanwhile, cloudiness will be 98% during the day and 93% during the night.

As to temperature A maximum of 28 degrees and a minimum of 19 degrees is forecast in this region. Ultraviolet rays are expected to reach a level of up to 6.

While wind gusts will reach 26 kilometers per hour during the day and 24 kilometers per hour at night.

The weather forecast in San José (Illustrative image Infobae)

Although the San José region is affected by the conditions of the Pacific, as well as the influence of the Caribbean, The city’s climate is mainly temperate, this being in a middle zone.

This means that San José boasts of pleasant temperatures Being one of the coldest cities in Central America, strong winds, occasional rain whose months of intensity range from July to September and clear mornings.

The National Meteorological Institute (IMN) places the Costa Rican city in the central region, defined as “Two Valleys”, since it is located between the Western Central Valley and Eastern Central Valley.

(Municipality of San José)

Costa Ricabeing a country located between the tropics of Cancer and Capricorn, It is defined as a tropical zone.

However, The tropical climate in Costa Rican lands is modified by different factors such as relief, that is, mountains, plains and plateaus; the isthmic condition; and the oceanic influence, such as winds or sea breezes, the temperature of marine 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 rainy periods which run from May to August and from November to January. The rainiest month in this season is December, precipitation occurs more regularly in the mornings and evenings.

This area does not have a defined dry seasonbecause even in the least rainy months, 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 rainy season occurs between May and October. Precipitation occurs regularly in the afternoons and at night.

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