Caribbean coast returning to normal after typical May storms

The latest bout with bad weather appears to be going away.
The Instituto Meteorológico Nacional said that rain was likely to continue on the Caribbean coast and in the northern zone overnight but that the country would pull out of the influence of a low pressure area today.

Also predicted are a reduction in the winds that have swept the central and south Pacific, and this means the likelihood of thunderstorms.

The national emergency commission reported that a shelter housing 35 persons in the community of Goshen in the canton of Matina closed Tuesday because those staying there have returned to their homes.

The committee also reported that rivers were not flowing out of their banks.

There were no incidents reported Tuesday, the commission said. Engineers are checking the roads and bridges for any damage.

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