WEATHER FORECAST: This weekend the weather is mixed for Lorient and the surrounding area, with it getting worse as the weekend progresses …
The very attenuated arrival of the former tropical storm “Lee” will generate rain and wind from Saturday evening.
Mist and mist in the early morning changing to a bright morning sky with bright spells and high altitude sails. Sensation of softness, thinning and sails of altitude at midday. In the afternoon, the sky, initially veiled with cumulus clouds north of an axis Queven-Lanester becomes cloudy, and then becomes cloudy after 4 pm as a new disturbance approaches. Low rain before early evening.Windows in the early morning, moderate in the afternoon (gusting 30-35 km/h, 40-45 on Groix) then 40-50 km/h (50-60 on Groix) after 5pm. Fort-Bloqué: west swell 1.5-1.7 m. Mini: 9 / 10 degrees; max. 17 / 18 degrees; (from 8 / 9 degrees to 17 / 18 fegrees inland). Cloudy and rainy in the evening; gusting southwesterly cool 50-60 km/h (60-70 on Groix); 16 degrees at 8 pm and midnight.
A very subdued rise of the old tropical storm “Lee” will generate moderate rains at dawn before a morning sky covered with rare drizzle leaving a window of three hours of less rain for the region of Lorient. By midday, the more active part of the front will generate the return of light rain followed by moderate and continuous rains throughout the afternoon. Wind west-southwest sustained (force 4-5; gusts 45-55 km/h; 55-65 on Groix and the exposed coastline). Fort-Blocked: western swell 1.7-2 m. Mini: 14 / 15 degrees; max. 18 / 19 degrees (from 13 / 14 degrees to 18 / 19 degrees inland). Cloudy skies with a few drops; 17 degrees at 8 pm to midnight.