Here are the forecasts for the weekend in and around Lorient. This Saturday looks nice, a little less Sunday but patience, spring is on the way.
Associated with an Atlantic depression, the oceanic flow will continue to gently rock Brittany, making a noticeable difference between Saturday and Sunday in Lorient.
Mists at dawn moving quickly to a sunny morning with noticeable rise in mercury. At midday, the fine clearings compose with the development of cumulus good weather, more present north of a Plœmeur-Lanester-Gâvres axis.
In the afternoon, if the breeze effect generates a clear sky on Lorient and the littoral border, beautiful white cumulus clouds circulate north of a Quéven-Caudan-Kervignac axis. Beautiful spring sensations in the sun. Very gentle wind from east to morning, from south to midday turning weak southwest in the afternoon. From Kerroc’h to Guidel-Plages: swell southwest 1-1.3 m. Min: 6 / 7 degrees; max: 13 / 14 degrees; (from 5 / 6 degrees to 14 / 15 degrees in the countryside). Sky veiling itself in the evening; from 11 degrees at 8pm and 10 degrees at midnight.
The arrival of a new disturbance at dawn generates a cloudy sky with light to moderate rains until mid-morning. Sustained wind and light to moderate rain for the beginning of the Littoral 56.
The gradual start of the front in the late morning is accompanied by a cloudless sky without rain. In the afternoon, the development of thinnings, more beautiful and more generous on Lorient and the littoral border, is aggravated by cumulus, more numerous north of a line Quéven-Lanester-Kervignac by generating rare ripples.
Wind southeast southwest (strength 3-4, gusts 35-45 km/ h, 45-55 on Groix) weakening in the afternoon (strength 3, gusting 25-35 km/h, 35-45 km / h on Groix). From Kerroc’h to Guidel-Plages: swell west 1.5 then 2.5 m. Min: 9 / 10 degrees; max: 12 / 13 degrees (from 8 / 9 degrees to 12 / 13 degrees in the countryside). Clouds will be dominant in the evening; 11 degrees at 8pm and 9 degrees at midnight.