Costa Rican climate
The Costa Rica is in the tropical zone and his climate is usually broken down into two seasons distinct seasons, the dry or summer season that runs from November through the beginning of May and the rainy or winter season that starts in May and finish in October. Even though it is known as the "wet" season, mornings are usually sunny. Rain usually comes in the afternoon and clearing for the evening
Temperatures in Costa Rica reach an average of 25ºC (77ºF) for the coasts, 16ºC (61ºF) for the mountain regions, and between 20º - 22ºC (68º - 72ºF) in the Central Valley. The capital San José has an average temperature of around 22ºC (73ºF) degrees
On average December, and January, tend to be the coolest months, while April and May are usually the hottest. Depending on altitude, The Pacific Coast is generally warmer than in the Caribbean Coast.