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What is the weather like, what is the climate in Latvia?

Updated: Apr 10

Latvia?! A Climatic Whirlwind for Unforgettable Adventures

This Baltic gem is not just a feast for the eyes but also a dazzling climatic festival that will awaken the adventurous traveler within you. From snowy winters that make you want to snuggle up to sunny summers that raise the temperature, Latvia promises a journey where the climate itself takes center stage.

Get ready to be amazed as we unveil the alluring secrets of the climate in Latvia, the ideal partner for an adventure-filled getaway.


Continental climate in Latvia means hot summers and cold winters.

1. WHEATHER FORECAST!

If you're planning to arrive soon, here's the official website for Latvian weather forecasts: LEGMC in English.



2. CLIMATE IN LATVIA

In Riga, it's a humid continental climate that holds surprises throughout the year.


Summer is mild and festive, with rainy days making everything even greener. Temperatures hover around a pleasant average of 18 °C, but beware, the hottest days can climb beyond 30 °C, offering a true summer heat. As a nod from the sea, frequent rains and autumn fogs add a touch of mystery to this season.


In winter, Riga takes on a magical air. The coldest months, January and February, have an average of −3 °C. Expect chilly days but also a warm atmosphere as the city is adorned with snowflakes. Temperatures can drop to −20 to −25 °C on the coldest days, but every year nature offers us this frosty spectacle that enchants both young and old. The persistent snow cover adds a magical touch that lasts for eighty days. Below is a summary table.



Climate in latvia all year

3. WHEN TO COME TO RIGA?

In Riga, it's a humid continental climate that holds surprises throughout the year.

Summer is mild and festive, with rainy days making everything even greener. Temperatures hover around a pleasant average of 18 °C, but beware, the hottest days can climb beyond 30 °C, offering a true summer heat. As a nod from the sea, frequent rains and autumn fogs add a touch of mystery to this season.


Explore Riga through the seasons!


From November to February: Riga adorns itself with a winter coat with short, cold, and mostly gray days. It may not be ideal for a visit, but the winter atmosphere brings its unique charm.


March and April: Although temperatures remain wintry, the sun makes its return in spring. The days are dry, creating a special atmosphere conducive to exploring the city.

May and June: Riga flourishes under a sunny sky, possibly offering the best time to visit. Temperatures become pleasant, the sun is generous, and although precipitation increases, it is not excessive.


July and August: Summer is in full swing with maximum temperatures around 21 degrees. It is the warmest and most humid season, but also an ideal time to explore the Latvian capital under bright sunshine.


September and October: Temperatures drop, as do precipitation and sunshine. If you have the choice, prefer September for a milder and more pleasant visit. Riga continues to reveal its charms through the subtle nuances of autumn.


We will post about winter activities, and rest assured, there are many. Winter in Latvia remains a place to recharge, and you are in for surprises. We will propose husky sleigh rides, Latvian saunas, and much more. See you soon."

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