Other parts of the country will be a couple of degrees cooler and on the coast cooler still at +9 C to +11 C.
The sun will often shine between scatterd clouds and no rain is expected.
Moderate westerly and southwesterly winds will blow at 12-15 meters per second.
On Tuesday the wind will turn from the northwest, and become gusty along the coast. The thermometer will drop to +7 C to + 12 C.
On Wednesday, May, 4 the clouds will increase and it will rain slightly in the north. The wind will be a gentle to moderate west wind, and the maximum temperature during the day will again be + 7 C to +12 C – a far cry from the warmest May 4 since the restoration of the independence, when in 2002 temperatures reached 28.4 C in Liepāja.
Rain is expected in many places in the second half of the week . The wind will turn from the south and a warmer mass of air will enter the territory of Latvia. The nights will gradually get warmer and the thermometer bar will rise to +15 C in some places during the day.