Forecasters predict that the coming winter will be moderately warm, but with waves of cold.

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The coming winter will be moderately warm and humid. Thermal anomalies are not expected, but cold waves caused by anticyclones are quite possible, forecasters predict.

The average air temperature this coming winter in Latvia, as well as in almost all of Europe, is expected to be higher than normal, but waves of severe cold snap are also possible.

According to the forecast of the Danish Institute of Meteorology, in the winter in Northern and Eastern Europe, the movement of air masses from the west will prevail, which will bring moderately warm and humid weather. No significant thermal anomalies are expected, but periodic cold waves are possible during all winter months due to anticyclones and changes in wind direction.

According to Danish meteorologists, this winter the usual air circulation in the Arctic may be disrupted, which means that Europe, especially the Baltic countries, may be covered with severe cold. In February, the average air temperature can drop significantly below normal.

In addition, in the coming winter there is a high probability of cyclones from the south with a large amount of precipitation, but the activity of Atlantic cyclones will be lower than usual.

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