WEATHER: Before the arrival of warmer air on Monday, a stream of northeast cold winds will arrive with an unstable sky …
Moisture associated with a cold current from northeast generates a cloudy sky to cloudy in the morning with clear, more visible on Lorient and the coastal border. By mid-day and afternoon, the unstable flows down the Channel generates a cloudy sky with short, light cumulus generating low rain, rain mixed with a few flakes of Lorient and the coastal edge, alone flakes north of Quéven-Caudan Kervignac-axis. Wind North is low in morning freshening (force 3, gusts 25-35 km/h, 45 of Groix and coast exposed) accentuating the sharp cold feeling. Fort-Bloqué: westerly swell 1-1.5 m. Low: -1 degrees / 0 degrees; Max: 4 / 5 degrees; (-2 ° / -1 ° to 4 ° / 5 ° campaign). Feels like -3 degrees at dawn to 2 degrees in the afternoon.
Cloudy and cold at dawn, the sky is veiled in the morning, then clouded over and covers at midday. In the afternoon, the arrival of a little active front in the southeast of Britain generates overcast skies with some precipitation (rain mixed flakes) before more regular rain in the late afternoon and early evening on a still winter mercury. Northeast wind moderate freshening morning afternoon (force 4 gusting 35-45 km (50 Groix) and 40-50 km / h; 60 on the exposed coast) accentuating the very cold feeling. Fort Blocked: westerly swell 1-1.5 m. Low: -1 ° / 0 °; Max: 4 ° / 5 °; (-2 degrees/ -1degrees to 3 / 4 degrees campaign). Feels like -6 degrees at dawn at 0 degrees in the afternoon. Clear in the evening with little rainfall.