This week, weather in Latvia will be mostly cloudy, with frequent rainfall and temperatures that are warm for the season but will feel cold due to the general dampness and darkness, forecasts threaten.
Forecasters say the current pattern of extremely mild weather for the season is set to continue this week with temperatures remaining above freezing for most of the time except at night.
Over the weekend there will still be no major changes in the unseasonably mild weather of the moment, with warm temperatures and little rainfall, forecasts show.
Warm weather will continue this week with temperature heat records expected for the middle of the week in some areas, according to LSM.lv on January 13.
The weekend of January 11-12 will bring no major changes to the current pattern of unseasonably mild and slightly damp weather, forecasters say.
Above-zero temperatures are set to stay in place throughout much of this week, keeping true winter at bay and frustrating skiers and skaters for another seven days, according to the latest forecasts.
During the last days of the year, the air temperature in Latvia will become more volatile, with precipitation and strong winds expected, but also periods of clear, crisp weather in between, according to forecasts.
This week's winter weather in Latvia looks like being less that picture-postcard perfect with generally wet and windy conditions forecast. If it's not too late to add "raincoat" to your Christmas wish-list, it might be an idea to do so.
This week promises to be fairly warm for the season, with just one brief chilly interlude on Tuesday night and Wednesday morning, according to forecasters.
Current weather forecasts do not suggest that Latvia will see much snow this month; rain, not snow is likely for Christmas, reported the LETA newswire December 6.
While December in Latva has started with suitably snowy scenes across the country, with more snow likely on Monday, the latter part of the week could bring less frigid and more soggy conditions, according to forecasters.
A decidedly cold start to the working week will give way to milder temperatures from midweek, according to forecasters, before the return of colder conditions next weekend.
The next five days will bring a cold snap for the majority of Latvia, according to forecasts.
Temperatures across Latvia for independence day celebrations on November 18 are expected to be close to record highs as a period of mild weather continues. However, later in the week temperatures will drop considerably, according to forecasts.
The week from Lāčplēsis Day on November 11 to Independence Day on November 18 will be a warm one for the season, and could even see temperature records fall, according to forecasters.
This will be a weather week to forget, suitable mainly for testing the impermeability of umbrellas and raincoats, according to forecasters.
Forecasts show that this week will be much colder than the last, and some areas will experience light snowfall.
On Sunday Vidzeme experience one of the most powerful storms in ten years. Usually only coastal areas experience winds of over 25 meters per second, but on this occasion even inland areas experienced strong winds.
According to predictions we can expect strong winds, and rainy weather in the north of Latvia as well.
Another very mild but rather wet week is in store over the next few days in Latvia, though the end of October will arrive with significantly colder temperatures, according to LSM weather forecaster Toms Bricis.
This week is likely to be unseasonably warm - and rather wet - according to LSM's resident forecaster Toms Bricis.
Latvia got its first snowfall of the season last weekend, the LETA newswire reported October 7.
Many places in Latvia woke up to a strong frost Monday morning and while something similar can be expected on Tuesday as well, the second half of the week promises to be considerably warmer, according to weather forecasters.
The golden autumn is to end early this year as temperatures are to slide below zero, prompting arboreal defoliation across the country, according to forecasts, reported LETA October 4.
The beautiful colors of the autumn leaves will be a necessary distraction this week to take our attention away from what might be a rather soggy weather week.
Sky-watchers have had a rare treat in Latvia is recent days thanks to the appearance of a rare phenomenon with the decidedly underwhelming name of STEVE.
Heating season has started early in Rīga with 6% of clients – as of now, mostly kindergartens and healthcare facilities – having their heat turned on as of September 23.
During this working week, the weather in Latvia will be mostly sunny, if a bit chilly at night, until wetter conditions return from the west just in time for next weekend, according to forecasters.
This work week is to be cold in Latvia, in particular on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, while there's hope for an Indian summer starting Sunday.