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Tremor in Central Valley, ongoing cold front greet Costa Rica this Monday

Windy conditions in parts of Costa Rica will continue for most of the week.

Strong earthquakes felt on Costa Rica’s northwestern coast

Four earthquakes all had epicenters within the same area, located between 45 and 60 kilometers (28-37 miles) off the coast of Tamarindo, the report stated.

Flooding, ashfall, strong winds top Costa Rica’s natural disaster list this year

The Tico Times takes a look back at some of the natural disasters that hit Costa Rica and made headlines over the course of 2016.

Earthquake in Cartago damaged dozens of houses

The Red Cross confirmed that as of Thursday noon, the organization had not received any reports of injured people for the earthquake, but 15 people were evacuated to a shelter.

Earthquake jolts five provinces in Costa Rica

The National University's Volcanological Observatory of Costa Rica also reported at least four aftershocks of smaller magnitudes.

Two strong tremors rattle Costa Rica Wednesday morning

A strong tremor at 10:07 a.m. on Wednesday shook communities across most of Costa Rica’s Central Valley. Another tremor followed soon after. As of late morning, there were no reports of injuries or property damage.

Sizeable temblor shakes Costa Rica’s Central Valley

A reported 4.6-magnitude earthquake rattled through the Central Valley at 11:51 a.m. on Thursday, and could be felt for approximately 15 seconds in downtown San José. The University of Costa Rica’s National Seismological Network (RSN) said the tremor originated five kilometers east of Naranjito de Aguirre, Quepos in Puntarenas.

Two moderate earthquakes rattle Costa Rica

A magnitude-4.6 earthquake, followed by a magnitude-2.8 earthquake, jolted residents of Cartago and San José provinces Saturday morning.

Officials in Costa Rica’s capital ‘evacuate’ 60,000 people during earthquake drill

Employees of the National Insurance Institute at 10 a.m. on Thursday, Sept. 3 leave their offices in downtown San José to move to a...

Costa Rica’s capital to run earthquake drill Thursday

Nearly 60,000 people in over 90 buildings in downtown San José will be evacuated in a drill Thursday to test the country's preparation for an earthquake with an epicenter located near the capital.

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