The National Emergency Commission (CNE) is recommending caution as persistent rainfall continues in Costa Rica this week.
The U.S. Embassy in Costa Rica has issued a weather alert due to forecasts of heavy rains through Friday, August 16. Read the alert in...
At least 13 people died and thousands were affected by the rains that fell during the last days in Central America, the emergency organizations said this Sunday.
On the Costa Rican Institute of Technology (TEC) campus, strong gusts of wind caused several trees to fall on vehicles while rains flooded classrooms, corridors, offices and parking lots.
A brutal cold front has moved over Costa Rica, leading to heavy winds and rains that are knocking over trees and causing flooding across the country.
Forecasts from the National Meteorological Institute state that rainy conditions will increase starting Thursday evening and will maintain throughout the weekend.
The National Meteorological Institute announced that a low-pressure system plus a tropical wave that entered the country on Monday will likely cause heavy rains to continue through Thursday.