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Weather In Costa Rica Costa Rica is a small country situated north of the equator. It experiences a diverse and wide-ranging temperate tropical climate demonstrated by two months , the dry and also the wet. Though this country is around the actual vicinity of the equator, Costa Rica has no actual winter or summer period, and it is sunny there more often than not. The sun rises earlier at around five am, and usually models about 6 pm hours constantly the whole period of the year, which makes up almost 12 hours of sunshine every day. The dry season in Costa Rica is believed to be during the several weeks of December all through April. Costa Rica encounters little or no rain only at that period. Meanwhile the actual wet season is throughout the months of may to November, which has a temperature of 21 to 27 levels Celsius or seventy to 80 levels Fahrenheit. The country encounters heaviest rainfall mostly during September as well as October. Costa Rica is divided into six climatic zones: northern Zone, Central area , North Pacific, central Pacific, South pacific , and Caribbean. The variety of elevations at which different parts of the country is located 's the reason for the diversity in Costa Rica's weather. Northern Zone may be the countryside part of the region , which is quite less populated that includes the provinces of Guanacaste, Alajuela and Limon. The higher parts of this region have an average temperature of about mid to upper teens Celsius, while the lower parts have mid to upper 20's Celsius throughout the year. Rainfall in the lowland averages to regarding 100 inches, while in the mountains it is about a hundred and forty inches. Central area region includes the actual provinces of San Jose, Cartago, Heredia and Alajuela. The actual climate in this area runs from warm to dry to damp and chilly that depends on where you are located. The high elevations such as on the foothills of the Poas Volcano that averages to some temperature of 17.4 degrees Celsius or 62 levels Fahrenheit. The rain fall in this side from the valley is one hundred and twenty-seven inches year round. North Pacific includes part of the province of Guanacaste, the western section of Alajuela, and the northern section of the Puntarenas Province. This region is considered to be the actual sunniest region and one of the most visited due to its amazing beaches. NOrthern Pacific experiences yearly temperature of 28 degrees Celsius or 82 degrees Fahrenheit. The coastal region of Central pacific includes parts of the actual provinces of Puntarenas and San Jose, as well as the beaches Jaco, Dominical, Uvita, as well as Quepos. This region usually has an average heat of 32 levels Celsius throughout the year. The actual dry season finishes from January to March, which makes el born area experience very warm temperature until the month of May. The South Pacific region includes the parts of Puntarenas. This part of the region has a diverse dry and wet season. The heat averages from upper 20's to reduced 30's degrees Celsius throughout the year. October may be the wettest month of the year , while February may be the driest. Caribbean is easily the most humid and rainiest area of Costa Rica. Due to the humidity caused by the caribbean Sea, heavy bathrooms sporadically last for a few days. The average temperature in the coastal area is in the upper 20's diploma Celsius or reduced 80's degree Fahrenheit. This area experiences the hottest temperature on the several weeks of May, june and October, whilst lower temperatures during December through feb. Uvita Costa Rica
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