The sky will be very generous this Saturday in Lorient, in one day, rain, sun, clouds and storm …
A very changeable weekend is forecast for lorient and the surrounding areas, with low pressures focused on the near Atlantic will generate an unstable and mild west flow.
The cold rains that drain at dawn precede a sky first cloudy and then bright in the second part of the morning with clearings and cumulus of good weather.
By mid-day, cumulus become more numerous by the coast in an unstable before afternoon with brief rain, and many towering cumulus generating rain, sometimes with hail and storm.
Wind south-west weak in the morning, moderate to mid-day cooling in the afternoon (strength 4, gusts 40-50 km/h, 50-60 on Groix and exposed coastline).
Strong-Blocked: west swell 1.5 then 2 to 2.5 m. Min: 3 / 4 degrees; max: 10 / 11 degrees; (from 2 / 3 degrees to 9 / 10 degrees inland in the countryside). Unstable sky in the evening with showers, more frequent on the coast with sustained southerly wind (gusts 55-65 km/h, 65-75 on Groix); 8 degrees from 8 pm to midnight.
Variable at dawn and early morning preceding a cloudy to unstable sky in late morning and mid-day with clearings, cumulus and some showers. In the afternoon, the sky, initially unstable with clearings, cumulus and some showers, precedes the return of a sunny sky on Lorient and the littoral and variable border north of a line Quéven-Lanester-Kervignac with thinnings and cumulus clouds.
Good generalised thunderstorms late in the afternoon and early evening. Wind southwest in the morning, weak to moderate in the afternoon. Strong-Blocked: West swell 2 to 2.5 m. Min: 6 / 7 degrees; max: 10 / 11 degrees (from 5 / 6 degrees to 9 / 10 degrees inland in the countryside). Sky veiling in the evening. Wind turning weak south; 8 degrees at 8pm and 6 degrees at midnight.