Atmospheric pressure on the Caribbean Sea and Central America will maintain strong winds and rains in some areas of the country.
According to the National Meteorological Institute (IMN), the expected bursts could reach from 50 to 75 kilometers per hour in the center and north of Costa Rica.
In addition, the humidity and cloudiness will continue in the Caribbean Sea, generating rainfall in the North Zone and the province of Limón and drizzles in the Metropolitan Area.
Winds are expected to gradually decline. There will be isolated showers during the afternoon in the Central and South Pacific.