The wind is expected to continue for several days more, according to the Instituto Meteorológico Nacional.
The wind reduces the chance of heavy rain in the Central Valley, but there is a downside.
The weather tends to draw humidity from the Caribbean and cause cloudiness and rain on the Caribbean coast and in the northern zone, the institute said.
Still, the Central Valley stands a chance of light rain, as some
sections experienced Tuesday afternoon. The Pacific coast should be sunny in the morning with a chance of showers and thunderstorms later in the day, the institute said.
There was rain on the Caribbean coast and in the northern zone Tuesday.
The Central Valley saw windy weather Tuesday, and the weather institute predicted winds of from 40 to 70 kph for the next few days. That’s 25 to 44 mph.