The clear skies of last week have disappeared and this week will start with strong gusts of wind, according to LSM's weather forecasters.
In the first half of the week, the weather in Latvia will remain sunny and warm, but in the second half of the week, days will be colder and cloudier in most parts, according to weatherman Toms Bricis.
From September 1 to September 19 there has been 121 mm of rainfall recorded in Latvia, making it the rainiest September this century against an average of 71 mm of weather that usually falls this month, according to data by the Latvian Environment, Geology and Meteorology Centre.
Continued heavy rain overnight from September 18 to 19 has seen water levels rising across Latvia, more damage to crops and continued traffic problems.
In the early hours of September 18 a rainy weather system reached Latvia from the south, bringing with it heavy rain and flooding in the lowlands, warn forecasters.
While Saturday will still be cloudy with drizzle expected throughout the day, it will be warm for the season at +15..+20C.
Heavy rain in parts of Latvia has caused several roads to become impassable and in some cases, to disappear altogether.
The first half of the week is forecast to be somewhat warm and dry, while the latter half should see temperatures drop by a few degrees.
The weekend's weather in Latvia will be windy, moderately warm and sometimes hot, according to forecasts.
If you were in Riga last night, chances are you were woken up by lightning bolts.
This week sees the peak of the sultry dog days of summer 2017, with temperatures of up to +30C expected over the week.
This week will be warm across Latvia with temperatures close to +25C expected with nights being rather warm too, forecasts say.
This week brings changeable weather but air temperatures are expected to pick up on some days compared to last week, reports LSM's Latvian-language service.
The first half of this week will be warm and just a little rainy but the weather will get colder with heavy rain after Wednesday, forecasts say.
The less than spectacular weather Latvia has experienced so far this summer has had one positive effect: fewer people have drowned than usual.
The weekend of July 8 and 9 will see generally pleasant weather, though there will still be rain showers in all districts, according to forecasters.
Summer is still making a tentative approach as rain is expected every workday with the sky clearing only on the weekend.
After a chilly few days the weather will turn warmer on Wednesday culminating in a mini heat wave on Thursday reaching +30C, reports LSM's weatherman Toms Bricis.
Sigulda in central Latvia is renowned for its beautiful landscapes, but nature's attractions turned nasty June 20 with hurricane-force winds, torrential rain and hailstones leaving a trail of destruction in their path.
Weather forecasters have put a dampener on summer spirits this week, saying that it will in general be a wet few days across Latvia.
After a weekend of glorious sunshine across the whole of Latvia, the working week gets under way in less spectacular fashion with the promise of cooler temperatures at the start of June, according to LSM weather-watcher Toms Bricis.
The weather has a surprise in store for us in Latvia this week - it will be completely normal for this time of year.
Finally, after what seems like years of telling you each Monday mornign that the week's weather in Latvia will be cold with snow, we can change the record: a possible heatwave is approaching!
On the morning of May 11, the national cold record fell in Latvia, according to the Latvian Environment, Geology and Meteorology Centre.
If you thought you had seen the last of snow and felt the final freezing temperatures until next winter, think again.
This week will be dry with close to freezing temperatures in the mornings but relatively warm daytime temperatures.
Many places in Latvia enjoyed a "white easter" this year with snowfall across a large part of the country.
The coming weekend's Easter celebrations could be quite snowy, forecasters predict.
The afternoon of April 2 saw temperatures in Latvia top 20 degrees Celsius (68 Fahrenheit) for the first time this year in the south-eastern city of Daugavpils - and significantly earlier than is usual, according to the Latvian Environment, Geology and Meteorology Center (LVĢMC).