The operative word is bochornosa, meaning sultry, sticky and humid. That was the weather Wednesday and probably will be the case again today with a continuing unstable atmosphere.
Central Valley residents were surprised Wednesday by mid-morning showers when a line of thunderstorms swept through. Typically mornings are clear with the clouds building in the early afternoon.
That is the prediction for today with the possibility of downpours accompanied by thunder and lightning on the Pacific coast and also in the Central Valley, according to the Instituto Meteorológico Nacional. The Caribbean and the northern zone is expected to see partly cloudy weather.