High pressure system brings strong winds to the country

A high pressure system over the Gulf of Mexico is bringing stronger winds to Costa Rica, the Instituto Meteorológico Nacional said Monday.

The institute said in the late morning that winds of 65 kph have been measured in Guanacaste and that winds of 55 kph had been measured in the Central Valley.

The notice said that these conditions with winds of up to 90 kph (about 56 mph) would continue for the first few days of the week.

The forecast also said that the temperature might dip and that there was a chance of showers in the northern zone and along the Caribbean, as well as in the central mountains.

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