The anticyclone centered in the Azores to Switzerland generates about Brittany mild and variable oceanic flow, which will affect the weather in Lorient …
Variable at dawn and cumulus clouds before a sunny morning. By late morning and mid-day sun, overlooking the coastline, composed with cumulus north of Lorient.
In the afternoon, the rain, more generous on Lorient and coastline despite the arrival of high altitude sails, is embellished with cumulus more developed north of Kervignac Quéven-axis with few showers.
Heaven ennuageant late afternoon. southwest wind, moderate morning freshening the southern afternoon / southwest (force 4 gusting 35-45 km/h, 55 of Groix and 55-65 km/h, 70 Groix and exposed headlands ).
Fort Blocked: westerly swell 1-1.5 m. Low: 9 / 10 degrees; maximum: 16 / 17 degrees; (8 / 9 degrees to 16 / 17 degrees inland). Heaven covering with rain after 10 pm. Wind strong enough to southwest (gusts 60-70 km/h, 80 Groix); 14 degrees at 8pm and 12 degrees at midnight.
Low clouds at dawn quickly evolving into a sunny morning despite the arrival of high altitude for sails. generous sun and beautiful sailing midday.
In the afternoon, the sun is generous of the coastal border to Plouay despite the presence of high altitude sails, thicker in the late afternoon.
southwest wind, low morning freshening in the afternoon (3 strength, 20-25km/h gusts, Groix 35). Fort Blocked: swell from west 1.5m. Low: 9 /10 degrees; maximum: 16 /17 degrees; (8 / 9 degrees to 17 / 18 degrees inland). Mostly cloudy and cloudy in the evening; 14 degrees at 8pm and 11 degrees at midnight.