According to LSM's weatherman Toms Bricis, the weekend is coming with freezing weather, especially Sunday morning.
Winter will arrive in full force this week in Latvia, with considerable snow early in the week followed by some decidedly icy temperatures in the second half of the week, according to the latest forecasts.
During the first working week of 2021, precipitation and gray, sometimes misty conditions are expected in Latvia, while the air temperature will not change significantly, according to weather forecasters.
Following a picture-postcard white Christmas in much of Latvia, the end of 2020 and start of 2021 will see the weather in Latvia will become warmer, with frequent precipitation, according to the latest forecasts.
Though most of Latvia woke on Thursday to a slightly gray morning, precipitation will cross Latvia from the southwest through the day, with sleet and snow expected. It may even snow heavily in places, delivering an eleventh-hour white christmas.
Next week Latvia will see more than reindeer descending from the sky with plenty of rain but also some snow expected, according to the latest forecasts.
This week should bring relatively warm weather, according to LSM's weatherman Toms Bricis.
The current frosty conditions will stay in place across Latvia this weekend, but it will get warmer next week, forecasts show.
Until the middle of the week, clear and cold conditions will reign in Latvia, as a prequel to more extensive and thorough icing, forecasts show.
The weather in Latvia will get warmer this weekend, but frostier conditions will return next week, according to resident LSM weather diviner Toms Bricis.
This week the weather in Latvia will be frosty and cold on working days but will warm up again as next weekend approaches with a weather system arriving from the Mediterranean, according to the latest forecasts.
A hint of winter weather could be detected in eastern Latvia on Friday morning, with snow cover is forming in parts of Latgale and northern Vidzeme which is likely to continue in coming days.
This week will continue to be very mild in temperature terms for the time of year, but will be followed by colder conditions next weekend, according to LSM weatherman Toms Bricis.
As predicted by forecasters, yesterday proved to be an historically warm Independence Day in Latvia.
This promises to be a memorable week in more ways than one. Independence Day on Wednesday, November 18 is likely to be the warmest on record, while the week is also expected to bring some snow, according to LSM weatherman Toms Bricis.
The Latvian Environment, Geology and Meteorology Centre (LVĢMC) has unveiled a new website which immediately revealed an array of errors, Antra Zariņa, the leader of the homepage project, told LSM October 30.
We have some good news at last: you'll get an extra hour in bed tonight.
Though parts of Vidzeme and Latgale woke Monday to their first real snow of the season, the wintry conditions will only be short-term and by the second half of the week, the weather in Latvia will become much warmer, forecasts show.
Frost is expected in many places on Saturday morning, but the day itself will be mostly sunny, while on Sunday the weather will get worse, according to forecasts.
The current clement conditions will remain in place across Latvia until the second half of this week, after which things will get much colder, according to the latest forecasts.
The weather this weekend in Latvia will be a stable and undramatic affair with fairly pleasant conditions for a spot of Autumnal leaf-watching, according to the latest forecasts.
This week will be one of contrasts, weather-wise, with unseasonably warm temperatures at the start of the week and more common autumn conditions in its latter stages.
The weather over the weekend of September 26-27 promises to be fantastic, and combined with Latvia's annual Fall forest color show could produce days to live long in the memory.
Latvia got a bit of a battering on the evening of August 17 with strong winds causing some damage with winds reaching an average 25 meters per second in Ventspils and coastal areas bearing the brunt of the blast.
This week promises to be a topsy-turvy affair weather-wise with summery sun, raging winds and wintry chill within the space of a few days, according to LSM weatherman Toms Bricis.
The sunniest and warmest day of the weekend will be on Saturday, according to LSM forecaster Toms Bricis, though anyone would have a 50 percent chance of being correct with such a prediction.
This week the weather in Latvia will remain wet and windy, according to the latest forecasts from the Latvian Environment, Geology and Meteorology Centre.
The weekend of September 5-6 promises to be somewhat less than a classic, weather-wise.
This week the weather over Latvia will be a mixed bag with midweek sunshine followed by more unsettled conditions, according to the latest forecast from the Latvian Environment, Geology and Meteorology Center (LVĢMC).
After a fairly sunny Friday, the last few days of August promise to be damp affairs, though September looks more promising, according to the latest forecasts.