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.
September temperature records are under threat on Monday 9 with a scorching day expected across Latvia.
Following a very pleasant final few days of August and first couple of days of September, a cold front is expected to arrive over Latvian territory September 2 bringing cooler and cloudier weather for much of the week.
The final week of the school summer holidays should be a good one, with plenty of sunshine and warm temperatures.
This week's weather in Latvia will be generally pleasant, according to LSM's resident forecaster, Toms Bricis.
This week's weather in Latvia will not be a classic, with moderate temperatures, a fair amount of rain and generally uninspiring if undramatic conditions across the country, according to forecasters.
Early in the morning, temperatures in Kurzeme and Vidzeme regions dropped to between +3 Celsius and +5 C, making it the coldest August 5 morning on record, according to information from the Latvian Center for Environment, Geology and Meteorology.
This July was the second coldest of the century, according to the Latvian Centre for Environment, Geology and Meteorology, reported LSM.lv on August 1.
The weather in Latvia will be much cooler this week, according to forecasters.
A heatwave is to arrive in Latvia over the latter half of the week, forecasts say.
The variable weather Latvia has been enduring this week should improve come the weekend, according to forecasters
The weather week in Latvia will be a mixed bag over coming days, with periods of pleasantness offset by some very heavy rain, according to forecasters.
The first ten-day period of July was one of the coldest on record, furthermore, precipitation amounts were substantially higher than the norm, according to Latvian Environment, Geology and Meteorology Center reported by the LETA newswire.
On Monday evening, July 8, a whirlwind was forming in the vicinity of Iecava, according to eyewitness accounts on social media, reported LSM's Latvian service on July 8.
The weather in Latvia will remain cool throughout the week with potential cold records expected in the second half of the week, according to forecasters.
On Saturday afternoon, July 6, a whirlwind damaged several houses in the Bērzpils parish of Balvi region, head of the Bērzpils parish administration Biruta Bogdane told LETA on July 7.