Experts are predicting that 2013 weather in Costa Rica will not be influenced by neither El Niño or La Niña conditions.
It was predicted for neutral conditions expected for the first half of 2013.
Corn and soy beans will definitively benefit from this neutral weather pattern given the history of late with the abundance of rainfall.
The Climate Prediction Center of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Agency of the United States reported that during October 2012, the Pacific Ocean reflected conditions close to what ENSO also predicted-neutral and weak El Niño.
While evidenced in a slight warming of the equatorial Pacific Ocean surface did not show changes in atmospheric circulation associated, said the report.
Likewise, the International Research Institute for Climate Society also noted that the significant supply of rain in some areas of the country in the last period of 2011 and intense storms are unrelated to El Niño, but other factors such as the warming observed in the South Atlantic near Uruguayan coast and the influence of the Antarctic Oscillation-pressure difference in the average levels of the atmosphere has caused periods of intense rain.
The Climate and Water Institute of INTA, said there are areas with very good for crop conditions such as corn and soybeans, which is promising to achieve high yields.
The Costa Rica Weather for 2012 rain season was perfect if you were vacationing in Costa Rica, but the lack of rain caused by El Niño caused significant problems in many areas.
2013 is expected will be a return to typical Costa Rica Weather