WEATHER: The rain will be in Lorient today. Sunshine for Sunday and Monday
The anticyclone quickly strengthens from Greenland to Brittany by blocking the rains over the Atlantic.
Cloudy and rainy at dawn and in the early morning before the gradual return of light in the second part of the morning by the coast with the front dating back to the Channel. Cloudy, sails and altitude cumulus midday. In the afternoon, the clouds alternate with many cumulus medium altitude and fine high ball sails.
Wind southwest moderate freshening morning afternoon (force 4 gusting 30-40 km/h, 50 Groix). Fort Blocked: swell from west 1.5m. Min: 10 / 11 degrees; maximum: 16 / 17 degrees; (9 / 10 degrees and 17 / 18 degrees inland). Gradual return of a starry evening sky; 14 degrees at 8pm and 11 degrees at midnight.
Low clouds at dawn evolving into a morning and midday variable clouds and cumulus. In the afternoon, the rain, more generous on Lorient and the coastal edge up with developed cumulus and sometimes towering north of an axis “Plœmeur-Lanester-Kervignac.”
Cumulus clouds that lose early evening in intensity, approach the coast. Weak northerly winds with a westerly breeze effect afternoon. Fort Blocked: westerly swell 1m. Low: 7 / 8 degrees; maximum: 16 / 17 degrees; (6 / 7 degrees to 16 / 17 degrees inland). Mostly cloudy in the evening; 14 degrees at 8pm and 9 degrees at midnight.
Generous sunshine in the morning before an afternoon thunderstorm with light and altitude winds on the coastline adorned with fair-weather cumulus sometimes developed north of an axis “Quéven-Caudan-Kervignac.” Temperatures for the best of the day, will make 18 degrees.