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Latvia weather reports (alphabetical list)

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Aloja weather

Current Aloja weather conditions.

Ape weather

Current Ape weather conditions.

Cesis weather

Current Cesis weather conditions.

Dagda weather

Current Dagda weather conditions.

Daugavpils weather

Current Daugavpils weather conditions.

Gulbene weather

Current Gulbene weather conditions.

Jekabpils weather

Current Jekabpils weather conditions.

Jurmala weather

Current Jurmala weather conditions.

Kuldiga weather

Current Kuldiga weather conditions.

Liepaja weather

Current Liepaja weather conditions.

Ligatne weather

Current Ligatne weather conditions.

Ludza weather

Current Ludza weather conditions.

Ogre weather

Current Ogre weather conditions.

Rezekne weather

Current Rezekne weather conditions.

Riga weather

Current Riga weather conditions.

about Latvia


The Republic of Latvia (Latvian: Latvijas Republika), or Latvia (Latvian: Latvija), is a republic in Northeastern Europe. Bordering the Baltic Sea, Latvia is known as one of the Baltic States, together with Estonia and Lithuania, which border the nation in the north and south, respectively. In the east, it shares borders with Russia and Belarus.

On 20 September 2003, in a nationwide referendum, the Latvians voted to join the European Union and Latvia's EU membership took effect on 1 May 2004. Latvia became a member state of NATO on March 29, 2004.

Latvia geography

Large parts of Latvia are covered by forests, and the country has over 12,000 small rivers and over 3,000 lakes. Most of the country consists of fertile, low-lying plains with some hills in the east, the highest point being the Gaizinkalns at 312 m.

An inlet of the Baltic Sea, the shallow Gulf of Riga is situated in the northwest of the country. The capital city Riga is located on the shores of this inlet, where the Daugava river flows into it. Other major cities include Daugavpils further upriver and Liepaja along the Baltic coast.

The Latvian climate is maritime and temperate in nature, with cool summers and wet, moderate winters.

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