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Water and Sewer Institute announces rationing plan for up to four months

The Water and Sewer Institute rationing plan will focus on cantons in the capital of San José.

Costa Rica’s southern Pacific hit by heavy rains, flooding

Forecasts from the National Meteorological Institute state that rainy conditions will increase starting Thursday evening and will maintain throughout the weekend.

Thursday rains cause flooding, emergencies in 23 cantons

Rainfall recorded in Costa Rica on Wednesday and Thursday represented 50 percent of the average rainfall during the month of October.

Low rainfall in Central Valley, northern regions; La Niña still a no-show

An increase in rainfall expected for August due to La Niña weather phenomenon did not occur. But meteorologists expect the rainy season to pick up soon.

Water and Sewer Institute seeks tax cuts for water-efficient appliances, fixtures

The proposal's main strategy is to cut the import, sales and selective consumption taxes on all products that save water.

El Niño heat expected to last through May

The coming weeks will bring higher temperatures, thanks to El Niño, before the rainy season sets in.

Costa Rican capital hit by heavy rains, flash floods

Heavy thunderstorms and flash floods washed away cars and flooded homes across the Costa Rican capital of San José, with the neighborhoods of Los Yoses, San Pedro, Montes de Oca and Desamparados among the hardest hit by the rains.

Transition to dry season in Costa Rica begins this week

Your umbrella may soon get a break: Meteorologists say Costa Rica's rainy season should begin to taper off this week, with the last drops expected to fall in early December.

High tides expected along Pacific coast this week

High tides are expected starting Tuesday along Costa Rica's Pacific coast. Experts say they'll come with big waves and, combined with rain, could cause flooding.

High tides flood hundreds of homes along Costa Rica’s Pacific coast

The highest tides of the year along Costa Rica’s Pacific coast flooded hundreds of homes in the early hours of Tuesday and Wednesday, mostly in Puntarenas province.

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