The next few days should see some classic summer weather over Latvia with the air temperature rising to between +24 Celsius and + 30 Celsius during the days, with one to two degrees colder weather along the coast, forecasters predict.
This week the weather in Latvia will be pleasant with plenty of sunshine and temperatures neither too hot nor too cold for most people's tastes.
At the beginning of the week, the weather in Latvia will be cool and rain is expected, but from Wednesday conditions will improve and there will be a sunnier and warmer period, according to the forecast of LSM's resident weatherman Toms Bricis.
After a damp end to the working week, the weather will improve over the weekend with lots of sunshine and warm temperatures, according to the latest forecasts.
Make the most of any sunshine on Monday because this week the weather in Latvia will be getting progressively worse.
After a fairly showery working week, the good news is that the weather is set to improve over the all-important weekend.
This week the weather in Latvia promises to get off to a steamy start. On Monday, the weather will remain hot, but rain and thunderstorms are expected in many places, forecasts show.
Latvia is in for a pleasant few days of summery weather this week, with only a few localized showers likely, says LSM's Latvian-language service.
June may have worked hard to convince us of its tropical credentials with high temperatures, thunderstorms and plenty of sunshine, but July is likely to take a lower-key approach to the continuation of summer, according to the latest forecasts.
The week leading up to the all-important Midsummer celebrations in Latvia will be a warm one, though punctuated by bursts of rain, according to forecasts.
On Monday, the weather across most of Latvia will be hot with thunderstorms expected in many places, forecasters say.
To those who tried spending time outdoors, it might not come as a surprise that this past May was the coldest since 1999, with the average temperature of just +9.5C, according to the Latvian Environment, Geology and Meteorology Centre.
Sunshine and showers will be the best summary of Monday's weather conditions across Latvia, with the rest of this week gradually improving before becoming a true summer spell throughout next week, according to forecasters.
Predictions that Latvia would receive a dusting of snow on May 12 proved accurate - though the snowfall was mainly limited to the east of the country.
Yes, it's true. According to LSM weatherman Toms Bricis, Tuesday May 12 will see snowfall in many places in Latvia.
The next couple of days in Latvia will be relatively cool, weather-wise, but a warm and welcoming weekend will provide relief immediately afterwards, according to forecasters.
It will be a dry but cool-ish week in Latvia this week.
The weather in Latvia will remain moderately warm until the end of April, according to forecasters, with this week likely to be a generally pleasant one.
Strong winds caused widespread damage in Latvia today, tearing down trees and powerlines, as well as leaving around 17,000 households that are “Sadales tīkls” electricity provider clients without electricity, according to the company on April 16.
Many places in Latvia woke up to a considerable layer of snow April 14, with more expected in some locations.
This week the weather in Latvia will present some striking contrasts, with balmy temperatures f around +20 Celsius on Tuesday followed up by a chilly and possibly snowy Easter weekend.
This week the cold will recede somewhat in Latvia, but starting Wednesday it will be snowy, rainy and quite windy, forecasts say.
On Wednesday, March 25 several eyewitnesses posted on social media about a meteor sighting in the sky above Latvia, and a Latvian Television livestream camera managed to capture the sight from the Rīga city center.
Warm weather is expected later this week, though the downside is people should only enjoy it while observing social distancing measures during the coronavirus outbreak.
On Thursday, March 12 a powerful storm tore through Latvia leaving two people dead due to high winds, according to Latvian news agency LETA on March 12.
Latvia is likely to experience strong storm conditions on Thursday and Friday, according to a warning issued by the Latvian Environment, Geology and Meteorology Center.
March will begin with warm but wet weather, according to the latest forecasts from the Latvian Environment, Geology and Meteorology Centre (LVĢMC).
On Thursday, heavy snowfall is expected in eastern Latvia, forecasts show.
The final week of February is expected to bring a bit of frost and snow to remind everyone of the weather that's usually expected at this time of year but has so far been notable by its absence.