Warmer weather arriving, but no second summer likely

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The next few days in Latvia will bring warmer weather, but hopes for a full-blown 'Indian summer' in autumn will meet with disappointment, according to forecasts.

In late September and the first days of October, the northerly and easterly winds that prevailed for a long time will be replaced by south-westerly and westerly winds, which will prevail for at least the next ten days, providing our region with warm air masses from Western Europe and the Atlantic Ocean.

The weather will often be windy, and sometimes rain is expected, so it will not be particularly pleasant, though it may help save a few euros on heating bills.

Wind gusts along the coast will be around 20 meters per second on Thursday, but during the weekend the wind will become a bit slower, though still gusty.

The temperature in the second half of this week will mostly be in the range of +12 to +17 Celsius in the afternoons, and even during the night it is likely to remain in double figures. Light rain is expected on Thursday and Saturday, but Friday and Sunday should be mostly dry.

The average daily temperature in Latvia was generally around 8 degrees Celsius in the first days of October, but over coming days it will rise above 10 degrees.

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