WEATHER: The forecast for the weather over the weekend for Lorient and the surrounding area offers plenty of clouds and drizzle.
The forecast for the weekend in Lorient is not looking that good at the present. You will probably need to take your umbrella with you on Saturday, as rain is forecast. After Saturday’s rain, wind flows oriented from the northwest on Sunday will generate the return freshness.
Low clouds at dawn before the temporary return of a bright sky and cloudy morning. By the late morning and midday, the sky is covered with the arrival of an Atlantic disturbance.
In the afternoon, the sky overcast and gray first generates continuous drizzle and drizzle before moderate and continuous rain after 16 pm. southwest wind low in the morning, moderate the afternoon and freshening (force 4 gusting 50-60 km / h, 60-70 Groix and the exposed coast).
Fort Blocked: West 1.5 and 2 meters. Low: 1 / 2 degrees; max: 9 / 10 degrees; (0 / 1 degrees to 9 / 10 degrees inland). Cloudy and grey in the evening with moderate rain fading in the middle of night. Strong wind from west to southwest enough (force 5 gusting 55-65 km/h, 75-80 Groix). 10 degrees from 8pm to midnight.
Variable and refreshed in the morning and cumulus clouds becoming unstable in the late morning and midday clouds, cumulus and some showers.
In the afternoon, the rain, more frank on Lorient and the coastal edge, with up cumulus most impressive and many north of Plœmeur-Lanester Kervignac-axis generating some cool showers, sometimes mixed flakes north early evening in Plouay.
Northwest winds (force 3-4, gusts 30-40 km / h, 45-55 Groix). Fort Blocked: westerly swell northwest 2-2.5 m. Low: 4 / 5 degrees; max: 8 / 9 degrees (3 / 4 degrees to 7 / 8 degrees inland). Heaven uncluttered and evening cold; 4 degrees at 8pm and 2 degrees at midnight.