Tag Archive: Weather

Apr 17 2015

Monthly Weather Report for San Ramón, Atenas, Nuevo Arenal, Quepos, Near San Isidro de General, & San Rafael de Heredia – March 2015

You’ll notice that we now show rainfall and temperatures for six towns in Costa Rica. This isn’t weather forecasting. We report after the fact to give you a much better picture of the weather in each of these areas. Do you track the weather data for your town in Costa Rica? If so, we’d like to talk to you about …

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Mar 29 2015

2015 Monthly Temps & Rainfall for 6 Towns in Costa Rica

You can read all the weather info in our “Monthly Weather Reports,” but this post is for those of you who want just the basic temps and rainfall in one place for the whole year. We now show rainfall and temperatures for six towns in Costa Rica: San Ramón Atenas Nuevo Arenal Quepos Near San Isidro de …

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Mar 29 2015

Monthly Weather Report for San Ramón, Atenas, Nuevo Arenal, Quepos, Near San Isidro de General, & San Rafael de Heredia – February 2015

You’ll notice that we now show rainfall and temperatures for six towns in Costa Rica. This isn’t weather forecasting. We report after the fact to give you a much better picture of the weather in each of these areas. You can click on the map to the right to enlarge it and check out the average rainfall for the …

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Feb 27 2015

Monthly Costa Rica Weather Report for San Ramón, Atenas, Nuevo Arenal, Quepos, Near San Isidro de General, & San Rafael de Heredia – January 2015

Monthly Costa Rica Weather Report for San Ramón, Atenas, Nuevo Arenal, Quepos, San Isidro de General, & San Rafael de Heredia – January 2015 You’ll notice that we now show rainfall and temperatures for six towns in Costa Rica. We are happy to welcome Steve Johnson, our new weatherman, who lives in the town of Concepcion de …

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Dec 16 2014

Costa Rica Says Goodbye to the Rainy Season

While the rains haven’t stopped completely in our part of Costa Rica, change is definitely in the air. This is a transition time as the rainy season ends and the dry season begins. This week, The Tico Times published an article and video about this subject. Here is an excerpt: As December begins, Central America’s …

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Dec 16 2014

“And That’s the High”

My mother had a saying that’s oh so true, and one this thwarted weatherman took to heart many years ago. Every day, when I write down the high and low temps, I think of my mother. I can plainly hear her voice, reminding me, “And that’s the high,” or “And that’s the low.” Our exchange …

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Jul 01 2014

What’s Ahead Weatherwise? El Niño!

The World Meteorological Organization says an El Niño is likely in the third quarter of 2014. El Niño is a weather phenomenon characterized by unusually warm ocean surface temperatures in the central and eastern tropical Pacific. The phenomenon, which recurs at two- to seven-year intervals, has a major impact on the climate around the world. It can also lead …

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Feb 17 2014

Monthly Weather Report for San Ramón, Atenas, Nuevo Arenal, Quepos, & Near San Isidro de General–2014

Monthly Weather Report for San Ramón, Atenas, & Nuevo Arenal  – January 2014 You’ll notice that we are now showing rainfall and temperatures for three towns in Costa Rica and in a format that makes it easier to compare the data and, perhaps, decide where you would like to live. Do you track the weather data for your …

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Jul 15 2013

Costa Rica Climate: Incredibly Diverse and Tropical

by Park, reprinted from Viva Tropical, July 1, 2013 When many expats think of Costa Rica climate, the first thing that comes to mind is tropical. Costa Rica is warm and tropical, and while this is true in many regions of Costa Rica, the climate in this small country is very diverse and varies from …

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Jul 15 2013

Tracking the Weather in Atenas

by Diana Miskell Turlock You’ve heard of caramel apples on a stick and corn dogs on a stick…but bet you’ve never heard of a rain gauge on a stick — until now. Actually, it’s a great idea and I might do the same thing with my rain gauge in San Ramon. Thanks to Lance’s wife …

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