The vast anticyclone centered in the Bay of Biscay to Greenland will block the disturbed ocean flows across Lorient and the surrounding area.
Few mists at dawn moving towards a beautiful sunny morning. By late morning and mid-day sun, generous Lorient and the coastal border made with cumulus formation of rain north of Plœmeur-Lanester.
In the afternoon, the sun, which remains dominant over the entire coastline, is embellished with beautiful weather cumulus north of Quéven-Hennebont Kervignac-axis. Cumulus more developed north of Plouay-Baud with rain showers between 4pm and 7pm.
northwest wind low in the morning and midday veering west / northwest in the afternoon (3 strength, gusting 25-30 km/h, 35-40 Groix and the exposed coast). Fort Blocked: westerly swell 1m. Min: 11 / 12 degrees; maximum: 20 / 21 degrees; (10 / 11 degrees to 21 / 22 degrees inland). Clear in the evening with rapid cool feeling; 19 degrees at 8pm, 15 degrees at midnight and 13 degrees at 3am.
The anticyclone extends tentatively towards Brittany. The fog present at dawn precede a beautiful sunny morning. Ideal conditions for the Grand Parade with a generous sun, gradually feeling soft and light winds.
At midday, thinning, best of Lorient and the coastal edge, with up cumulus more developed north of Lanester. In the afternoon, if the sun is generous Groix, Lorient and all beaches with fair-weather cumulus, they are more imposing north of Quéven-Hennebont Kervignac-axis with few showers in north of Plouay-Baud online.
Weak wind from west-morning and mid-day freshening in the afternoon (3 strength, gusting 20-25 km/h, 30-35 Groix and the exposed coast). Fort Blocked: beautiful sea. Min: 10 / 11degrees; maximum: 20 / 21 degrees (9 / 10 to 21 / 22 degrees inland). Clear in the evening; 19 degrees at 8pm, 16 degrees at midnight and 14 degrees at 3am.